Friday, May 16, 2014

Net Neutrality

I am not too concerned about Netflix paying more to broadband carriers so it's programs don't stop to buffer all the time.  Presumably, Netflix customers will pay more, and it may take a few extra seconds for my three or four readers to access this blog.  Big deal.

The real problem is that half of the country (including my half) has absolutely no choice of broadband providers, and the other half has either two or none at all.  Doesn't our government give a damn about monopolies anymore?

Some problems may best be solved by nationalizing them.  Well, it won't happen here.

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