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5 reasons why America's Ctrl-Z on net neutrality rules is a GOOD thing


Re: Replying this far down...

= CTRL + Z was a control key to suspend the currently running process to the background in the C

= shell (csh) in the late 1970s BSD kernel, while CTRL + Z being used for undo was first done at

= Xerox PARC not Apple.

You know, I think you may be onto something here. Kieran may have been a little sharper than we realized. It is actually a ^Z in this sense; because the FCC obviously did not follow correct procedure, and this idiocy is going to be stop by the courts so fast it will make Pai's head spin. Plus, when the dems take congress back in 2018, it'll be passed in legislation if it is still being foughy over (which it probably will be). So it's just backgrounded for a bit, and the fg is coming soon. :-)

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