Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Net Neutrality Has One Foot in the Grave

Here's the headline in the Hollywood Reporter this morning: FCC Will Vote on Net Neutrality Thursday Despite Protests.

It's not dead yet, but it doesn't look good. It appears the F.C.C. Commissioner has the votes to allow cable giants to start charging extra for faster service even though nobody in the country wants this to pass...except the three or four companies who are demanding it. Not only don't we want it, we are flooding the F.C.C. offices with millions of complaints.

Doesn't matter.

It's official. Nobody in Washington gives a crap about you unless you have billions. Then you can get whatever you want no matter how unpopular it is.