GOP’s Rollback on Title II

There’s still time to speak out FOR Net Neutrality and prevent it from being repealed on Dec 14th.

I mentioned earlier this year about my support for keeping net neutrality. And how the potential repeal of Title II, if we allow it to happen, would put us back in the stone ages.
My stance hasn’t changed at all about Title II.  I stand firmly behind what I said about it earlier this year.  I can’t stress enough about how this will negatively affect everyone that uses the Internet, if repealed.  In the most irrational of decisions possible, a full-court press toward repeal has been put into play because of Trump’s across-the-board vendetta against everything Obama.  There is a senseless dismantling war being waged  by Donald Trump of anything that the previous Obama administration had enacted.  Keep in mind, Obama himself never placed Title II into law. It was under the directives of former FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler that the Title II initiative gained traction to be what it is.
Trump says “Net Neutrality is a big scam for government regulation of the Internet!”  The reality is that Trump himself doesn’t know what’s behind Title II and the protections that it provides for consumers to shield them from ISP’s fuckery. That’s my problem with Trump’s new FCC pick, Ajit Pai. Mr. Pai  announced that he wants to get rid of net neutrality for good.  I’ve been following this issue closely since 2014 and know many are in strong agreement with me to preserve and protect Title II the way it is.
There have been documented instances where shady ISP’s have implemented self-serving practices like throttling internet speeds.  I’ve mentioned throttling before, and I plan to write more about this in my next blog.  It’s important to have some background on Title II and why repeal of it is so catastrophic to free and creative internet use in the future. It’s so important to stand up against repeal of Title II and keep it intact.
I know some out there are Pro-Net Neutrality and some are Anti-Net Neutrality. I feel that the benefits of Pro-NN far outweigh those of the Anti-NN camp.  Title II addresses ISPs as public utilities, and it serves to protect consumers from those ISPs with bad practices such as traffic privatization, as has happened in the past.  For the Anti-NN folks, I  encourage you to look up why we have Title II. Although those against net neutrality argue that as things stand, consumers are disadvantaged and that the status quo is burdensome for the free market of ideas, I think the opposite is true. To repeal Title II would have a profoundly negative impact on consumers and greatly scale down a free market internet in which ideas can flourish.
Ideas have flourished quite well under the current umbrella of net neutrality to date. Let’s do our part to resist constraints to the freedoms we currently enjoy. The threat to repeal Title II is imminent, but your voice against repeal is more important now than ever before.
Please join me in support of Net Neutrality.
Here’s a super quick and effective way to support net neutrality!!
1. On a computer, (not your phone!), go to: www.fcc.gov/ecfs/filings/express
2. Enter (under “Proceeding”) the numbers 17-108.
3. In comments, say you support Title 2 oversight of ISPs. Also say that you support net neutrality.
*Fill in the form carefully; they’ve made it less friendly and impossible to fill in by phone, on purpose. I.e Make sure you hit enter after entering your name.

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Past and Present, Have we failed to successed? The Dummist Generation

 Somehow I came across this book from a documentary called  Growing up online and here is this professor argument about how we declining as a Digital Age. So just to let you know that I haven’t read Mark Bauerlein’s book, now I have notice that a lot of kids talked about Internet memes and garage that they look up on the net and for me I give less of a shit about what it really means,  I know I haven’t read the facts on today’s society on how the kids today have been degrading and have been getting low grades now what I been listening to recent news I know that some face are true, I don’t think it’s completely true.  His Slogan…Don’t trust anyone that’s under 30?  If a young person under 30 reads it!  They’ll know what they’re reading plus it’ll sound like an offense to younger people.

Here’s one of the first things I can see why some he’ll argue on it is out there on today’s world but somehow I don’t understand. The internet was created for knowledgeable purposes back in the early 90’s when the internet was starting to become a thing of the future for everyone to use and it was to a tool that they say it was going to make a better future!  Today we are living in a Digital Age with content creators creating media on you tube, make a payment online, To make Appointments online, Schedule a date and etc., The internet has it’s purpose for about everything,  But I can’t see how we are the dumbest generation, One thing I can point out is I notice some young people do get distracted at school and work from the technology that we do in our daily life’s..  
In on of PBS documentaries (Digital Nation) that it examples most teens can be bad at multitasking which I do see that true most part.  Since I can’t multitask good myself as well while browsing on the net,  But I feel that when I was reading critics reviews.  They have given praise on how this professor is right what theory’s he’s been pulling out of the rabbits hat.  But somehow I can’t see what’s to blame for teens expect for the stupidity which most youths do nowadays I can say it’s very unlawful and uprightly wrong they have such power to go against any individual.they can,  but somehow scientist thinks its some chemical reaction to the brain that’s causing an uproar with the youth with the internet. For teens best friend and good weapon for social dominance on the web with one click away and a short written sentence on twitter it’s powerful weapon that anyone can use for the masses can use to bring a group of friend to start a party.      

Another Thing I think the Digital Age is making the youth stupid what others think is because of Video Games!  It was the reason that many teens haven’t past their grades from school is because of late night gaming and saying “its addicting and they can’t stop that is why the Kids don’t want to study on their homework”    In the documentary of Digital Nation the people there in South Korea is very big in the Gaming Community plus with all the other Eastern Countries like Japan. 
If you Think that Dummest Generation by Mark Bauerlein is just plainly straight right or his theory is just garage go on make your comment down below and let me know what you think about his theory?  
For me I really can’t support it because just the way puts down the teens in the digital age is just mean!