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Thursday, March 31, 2011


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Nate Hiatt

I'm sure the Republicans will squash any attempt by the FTC to look into these 4... smaller govt, less regulations, blah blah blah. Where was the concern over smaller start up companies when they were allowing the NBC-Comcast merger. I read somewhere that 5 cables companies make up 80% of the cable internet households in the U.S. and Comcast is the largest. Net Neutrality was neutered to a worthless point and they're STILL fighting to pull it's funding. Meanwhile following the Comcast-NBC disgusting merger we get ANOTHER anti-consumer merger with T-Mobile and AT&T and guess what? ANOTHER unlimited data provider bites the dust in the deal. Slowly, but surely, we're moving to a tiered internet where pay to play will be the norm and innovation and consumer choice will be squashed.

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