HarisTanveer
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FCC Vote against Net Neutrality and won, What's Next?

Fri Dec 15, 2017 1:49 pm

Hello guys. I am the one who was supporting and trying to Save Net Neutrality. But, FCC is a big giant they broke Net Neutrality by 3-2 Votes.
What's Next is if you don't want to pay for using facebook, twitter, instagram, snapchat and alot more.
Infact these FCC giant will throttled you by (Slowing down your internet)
They can block websites as well so you have to pay for it.
Infact they can over price for internet service.

I have an idea to overcome ISP Throttling and Unblock sites. Simply use a VPN(Virtual Private Network) it is because VPN helps you.

AlexanderAddisoon
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Re: FCC Vote against Net Neutrality and won, What's Next?

Fri Dec 15, 2017 2:56 pm

**Update 15 December 2017** – Yesterday’s open meeting on FCC’s proposal to repeal net neutrality protections in 2015 has sadly passed. The implications of this new change include broadband internet being no longer classifiable as a Title II service. As such, the regulations that go along with it will now be replaceable and ISPs will be able to practice paid prioritization, blocking, and throttling. To bypass these new restrictions, it is imperative you invest in a Net Neutrality VPN solution, before they are banned too!

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Laurence Burke
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Re: FCC Vote against Net Neutrality and won, What's Next?

Tue Dec 19, 2017 1:35 pm

Net neutrality has already been destroyed and the Internet we so dearly nurtured with time has gone to shambles. ISPs would be able to pick the winners and losers now which is totally unfair to the service providers and the end user. While the VPNs are still active and are the last anchor for the Net Neutrality victims, so, buy a VPN and utilize it to the fullest until ISPs ban them too.

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