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MyLyfeIsPotato
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Opinions on Ajit Pai

I feel that people are being too harsh on the guy. Even though his position on Net Neutrality may not agree with yours, you don't have to make fun of his appearance and his beliefs. That's why it is called an argument or debate, there are two sides looking to try and make you agree with their side.

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xX_FIDGETSPINNER_Xx
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MyLyfeIsPotato wrote:

I feel that people are being too harsh on the guy. Even though his position on Net Neutrality may not agree with yours, you don't have to make fun of his appearance and his beliefs. That's why it is called an argument or debate, there are two sides looking to try and make you agree with their side.
I don't think you see just how important net neutrality truly is. This isn't some online discussion about what the best Star Wars movie is. It's a battle for the very freedom of the internet. If the FCC wins, the internet will never be the same again. This isn't about two sides having differing beliefs, it's about good vs. evil. The only reason Ajit is against net neutrality is because internet companies like Comcast are paying him thousands of dollars, he's tossing the freedom of an entire nation aside just to make a quick buck. Ajit Pai is corporate greed personified. I hope this helps you understand the topic more.

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braxbroscratcher
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xX_FIDGETSPINNER_Xx wrote:

MyLyfeIsPotato wrote:

I feel that people are being too harsh on the guy. Even though his position on Net Neutrality may not agree with yours, you don't have to make fun of his appearance and his beliefs. That's why it is called an argument or debate, there are two sides looking to try and make you agree with their side.
I don't think you see just how important net neutrality truly is. This isn't some online discussion about what the best Star Wars movie is. It's a battle for the very freedom of the internet. If the FCC wins, the internet will never be the same again. This isn't about two sides having differing beliefs, it's about good vs. evil. The only reason Ajit is against net neutrality is because internet companies like Comcast are paying him thousands of dollars, he's tossing the freedom of an entire nation aside just to make a quick buck. Ajit Pai is corporate greed personified. I hope this helps you understand the topic more.
Debatable. You're listening to the propaganda. I stepped back and looked at what it'd allow and disallow.
Pros:
  • Traffic can be favored by type (Active-use traffic like streaming and online play could be more stable)
  • ISP's can filter out malicious traffic, such as DDoS attacks or the like.
  • The Internet becomes a little more secure. Since it was never designed for corporate use and instead was designed to be secured outside of the Internet, which it is not, the capability of blocking out those with malicious intent could lead to a safer and more secure internet.
Cons:
  • ISP's, should they choose to abuse the power, could censor anything unfavorable or non-profitable.
  • Cost of accessing the internet may increase.
Checks:
  • ISP's can't rule the internet with an iron fist, due to the capitalist environment.
  • Costs will stay reasonable, because if they jack up ‘Web permit’ prices too far, people will go to competitors or make their own connection.


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braxbroscratcher wrote:

xX_FIDGETSPINNER_Xx wrote:

MyLyfeIsPotato wrote:

I feel that people are being too harsh on the guy. Even though his position on Net Neutrality may not agree with yours, you don't have to make fun of his appearance and his beliefs. That's why it is called an argument or debate, there are two sides looking to try and make you agree with their side.
I don't think you see just how important net neutrality truly is. This isn't some online discussion about what the best Star Wars movie is. It's a battle for the very freedom of the internet. If the FCC wins, the internet will never be the same again. This isn't about two sides having differing beliefs, it's about good vs. evil. The only reason Ajit is against net neutrality is because internet companies like Comcast are paying him thousands of dollars, he's tossing the freedom of an entire nation aside just to make a quick buck. Ajit Pai is corporate greed personified. I hope this helps you understand the topic more.
Costs will stay reasonable, because if they jack up ‘Web permit’ prices too far, people will go to competitors or make their own connection.
Yes, but what if all of the companies make the prices insanely high, and finding a good ISP goes down to the question of “Which ISP is the least insanely expensive?” Also I'm not sure if you wanted to do this or not, but you're making the “cons” section seem less impactful than it actually is.

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braxbroscratcher
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xX_FIDGETSPINNER_Xx wrote:

braxbroscratcher wrote:

xX_FIDGETSPINNER_Xx wrote:

MyLyfeIsPotato wrote:

I feel that people are being too harsh on the guy. Even though his position on Net Neutrality may not agree with yours, you don't have to make fun of his appearance and his beliefs. That's why it is called an argument or debate, there are two sides looking to try and make you agree with their side.
I don't think you see just how important net neutrality truly is. This isn't some online discussion about what the best Star Wars movie is. It's a battle for the very freedom of the internet. If the FCC wins, the internet will never be the same again. This isn't about two sides having differing beliefs, it's about good vs. evil. The only reason Ajit is against net neutrality is because internet companies like Comcast are paying him thousands of dollars, he's tossing the freedom of an entire nation aside just to make a quick buck. Ajit Pai is corporate greed personified. I hope this helps you understand the topic more.
Costs will stay reasonable, because if they jack up ‘Web permit’ prices too far, people will go to competitors or make their own connection.
Yes, but what if all of the companies make the prices insanely high, and finding a good ISP goes down to the question of “Which ISP is the least insanely expensive?” Also I'm not sure if you wanted to do this or not, but you're making the “cons” section seem less impactful than it actually is.
Then people connect to British or international providers bound by better restrictions.


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muellly
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Ajit Pai is a guy on the planet earth. That's my option.

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Harakou
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Personal attacks will always be a weak non-argument, but it seems like this topic is closely related to the net neutrality thread - it might be better for organization to discuss it there.

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