Net Neutrality, Title II Proponents “Assume Nothing Has Changed” Since 1995: Daniel Berninger
Published on Feb 23, 2015
“All the logic that we are seeing in the Net Neutrality debate is assuming that nothing has changed; it’s assuming that it’s 1995. What’s actually happened is that people get more and more service, year in and year out,” says Daniel Berninger, a telecom activist who was involved in the early days of internet-phone service of Vonage.
Last week Bill O’Reilly and HotAir Editor-at-Large Mary Katharine Ham fought over pot legalization, and Ham returned Monday night for round two. The big issue this time was O’Reilly’s insistence on focusing on how children are affected by legalizing pot, resulting in another shouting match…
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We’ve seen it in gay-marriage legalization and marijuana decriminalization. And in the fact that, four decades after Roe v. Wade allowed abortion, there’s little appetite among most for overturning it. Perhaps we’ve also seen this play out with guns, with a more limited role for government in regulating firearms. . . . Read Complete Report
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