| | Re: NEWS: US proposes net neutrality rules
On Mon, 21 Sep 2009 16:05:09 -0700, Jeff Liebermann wrote:
> Money is the lubricant of politics. Without a proper lube job,
> government would grind to a halt and rust in place.
Could we be so lucky? :D
> Don't be surprised if it does appear fairly soon. Net Neutrality has
> the potential of expanding the FCC's power dramatically. I can just see
> the commissars lusting after more power to tell all the ISP's and VoIP
> how to run their business. It's for the people, so it must be a good
I guess I'm used to the time frame it takes for ham radio rules to come
to fruition. I forgot that something they actually care about could be
made to move much faster. Still, the wheels of the Titanic, errr,
goverment move slowly and trying to speed them up or slow them down is
- Nate >>
"The optimist proclaims that we live in the best of all possible worlds,
the pessimist fears this is true."