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Does the Internet Need “Governance”?

I tapped the Scan button and a search for all wireless networks in my area ensued. The search results show the SSIDs, the channels each access point uses, and the encryption level. I tapped a radio button next to the network I wanted to extend.
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Gilat Launches Breakthrough Satellite-Cellular Hybrid Terminal – Yahoo Finance

It is at the core of behavior that has been documented, including products from Phorm, NebuAd, Sandvine, Ellacoya and others that are designed to read all IP datagrams to analyze content, modify content, act as a “man-in-the-middle” to control connections unbeknownst to the endpoints, etc. Those companies are doing great business selling to access providers the tools to exploit what is inside of IP Datagrams, in most cases without disclosure, and if disclosed there is only a mention of the possibility in a Terms of Service, and maybe an obscure “opt-out” mechanism that can be offered when the exploitation is discovered. If the state grants such monopolies, the state must be responsible to police those monopolies’ actions. And that’s one place where the Internet needs a little help from the law. One could argue that the Constitutional Protections in the US for Free Speech and Free Assembly only protect against “government action” to block free speech that companies who interfere with speech and assembly on the Internet do so privately, and therefore outside the purview of the US Constitution. But that is clearly wrong for a simple reason: the government created the monopolies! So the government is responsible for the curtailment of free speech and free assembly by its monopolies.
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PS4: The Year One Review – Yahoo News

One FCC proposal included the option of paid prioritization, or allowing broadband providers to ask websites and content services to pay for more bandwidth, allowing end users to access these sites and services faster. This is pretty much the exact opposite of network neutrality and, to unabashedly quote Douglas Adams, has made a lot of people very angry and has been widely considered a bad move. At the most recent count, the FCC had received 3.9 million comments on its proposed piece of legislation. The widespread protest against paid prioritization spurred on with help from outlets like HBOs John Oliver crashed the comments section of the FCCs website multiple times, ironically enough. President Obama this week publicly called on the FCC to reclassify broadband providers as telecommunications services, not unlike like your telephone. While this seems to counter-act the guidelines that Congress set down, bear this in mind: those guidelines are almost 20 years old. When they were enacted, people still used America Online to browse the web.
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The Net Neutrality Debate Explained – Yahoo News

And the indie community has followed in kind, with a striking number of key games arriving on PS4 before any other console, usually for six months or longer. These are not basic throwaway games, they are often the most fun you’ll have all year. PS4’s library of current and future indie games (many of which are timed exclusives) include: The Witness , Nidhogg , TowerFall: Ascension , No Man’s Sky , Transistor , Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture , Hotline Miami 2 , Rime , Velocity 2X , ABZU , DayZ , Hellblade , Nuclear Throne , Octodad: Dadliest Catch , OlliOlli 1 and 2 , The Vanishing of Ethan Carter , and Volume .
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