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MCCAIN ON NET NEUTRALITY

October 27, 2009
by: jovial_cynic


Picked up from a recent boingboing article, it looks like McCain is pocketing some Telco money to fight against Net Neutrality. While I don't agree that the issue is one of national security (like the boingboing commenter asserts), I think McCain's position reflects the most refined essence of rotton politics.

Key text from the article:

McCain, who once described himself as technologically "illiterate" and is the single largest senate recipient of telecom lobby money, is now campaigning against the net neutrality fundamentals recently reaffirmed by FCC actions.

:: sigh ::

From the same people that brought us the series of tubes.

COMMENTS for MCCAIN ON NET NEUTRALITY


Dylan said:
And naming it the "Internet Freedom Act"... Campaign finance, special interest hypocrite.
October 28, 2009


jovial_cynic said:
Dylan -

Indeed.

October 28, 2009


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