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Rules to protect the internet's neutrality in America will go into effect this Friday, causing a flurry of efforts of undermine it and some suspicious activity on the part of the cable companies. The regulations passed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) at the end of February were formally published in mid-April …

  1. elDog

    How would we ever detect that our traffic is throttled?

    O_r _ t_a_m_p_e_r_e_d _ w_i_t_h___?

    It used to be that if you threw a few bomb-making terms into your message that several hundreds of thousands of dollars were spent fueling up the black vehicles/helos.

    Now you just need to mention Verizon, ATT, Sprint, bandwidth, throttling, neutrality, etc. and your communications are strangely interspersed with little t_a_g_s.

    1. Tom Maddox Silver badge

      Re: How would we ever detect that our traffic is throttled?

      Citation, or at least evidence, needed.

  2. Fatman

    "Behind the scenes manouvering"

    Just remember boys and girls:

    Money TALKS and Bullshit Walks

    The telcos are NOT done talking yet.

    1. Anonymous Coward

      Re: "Behind the scenes manouvering"

      The telcos are not done bullshitting, either!

  3. RedneckMother

    Sorry, Mr Rogers, but...

    "Can you say Shit Heads"?

    I knew you could!

  4. Mark 85

    So we're still screwed...

    but not getting kissed by the telcos, Congress, etc. here in the States.

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