a top down power grab that would allow the government to censor websites reform the entire
regulatory code, eliminate our most intrusive regulations = DONALD J. TRUMP’S VISION former Verizon lawyer in fcc
policing anti-consumer & competitive behavior had long been the job of the Federal Trade Commission,
which aggressively pursued ISPs along with other players in the Internet ecosystem actions based on
user, content, website, platform, application, type of attached equipment, or mode of communication.
even without FCC rules & so the FCC was never able to find any substantial violations of net neutrality
in a 10 year investigation before transforming broadband into a public utility so Federal regulators can
strictly oversee the Internet to ensure that content flows freely to consumers,, unlike when Comcast
was secretly throttling peer-to-peer file sharing applications by using forged packets to slow uploads
The term was coined by Columbia University media law professor Tim Wu in 2003, as an extension
of the longstanding concept of a common carrier, which was used to describe the role of telephone
systems so as to ensure No; blocking, throttling, & other anti-competitive paid prioritization
a general Open Internet conduct standard says service providers can’t harm consumers or edge
content providers & cannot charge websites fees in order to give them an advantage over other sites,
block access to or intentionally slow access to legal content , limiting how Internet providers use &
sell customer data, while asserting that customers have a right to control their personal information!
consumers may forbid Internet providers from sharing sensitive personal info such as app & browsing
histories, mobile location data & other information generated while using the Internet. a major blow to
some of Washington’s most politically powerful companies, including AT&T, Verizon & Comcast, which
had hoped to use their privileged access to user data to build lucrative businesses by targeting ads
across multiple devices. It also was a rare win for privacy advocates, who had struggled to convince
the Obama administration & its recent predecessors that the Internet age requires a major overhaul
of privacy laws & regulations. privacy advocates had warned that allowing Internet providers to sell the
locations, browsing histories & other online data of their own customers leaving those who wanted to
obscure their online activities — or even their physical movements few options to protect their privacy.
require Internet providers to obtain their customers’ explicit consent before using or sharing sensitive
data with third parties, such as marketing firms.
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A specter is haunting the dinner parties, fundraisers and think-tanks of the Establishment: the specter of the “alternative right.” Young, creative and eager to commit secular heresies, they have become public enemy number one to beltway conservatives — more hated, even, than Democrats or loopy progressives.
The alternative right, more commonly known as the alt-right, is an amorphous movement. Some — mostly Establishment types — insist it’s little more than a vehicle for the worst dregs of human society: anti-Semites, white supremacists, and other members of the Stormfront set. They’re wrong.
Previously an obscure subculture, the alt-right burst onto the national political scene in 2015. Although initially small in number, the alt-right has a youthful energy and jarring, taboo-defying rhetoric that have boosted its membership and made it impossible to ignore.
It has already triggered a string of fearful op-eds and hit pieces from both Left and Right: Lefties dismiss it as racist, while the conservative press, always desperate to avoid charges of bigotry from the Left, has thrown these young readers and voters to the wolves as well.
National Review attacked them as bitter members of the white working-class who worship “father-Führer” Donald Trump. Betsy Woodruff of The Daily Beast attacked Rush Limbaugh for sympathising with the “white supremacist alt-right.” BuzzFeed begrudgingly acknowledged that the movement has a “great feel for how the internet works,” while simultaneously accusing them of targeting “blacks, Jews, women, Latinos and Muslims.”
The amount of column inches generated by the alt-right is a testament to their cultural punch. But so far, no one has really been able to explain the movement’s appeal and reach without desperate caveats and virtue-signalling to readers.
Part of this is down to the alt-right’s addiction to provocation. The alt-right is a movement born out of the youthful, subversive, underground edges of the internet. 4chan and 8chan are hubs of alt-right activity. For years, members of these forums – political and non-political – have delighted in attention-grabbing, juvenile pranks. Long before the alt-right, 4channers turned trolling the national media into an in-house sport.
Having once defended gamers, another group accused of harbouring the worst dregs of human society, we feel compelled to take a closer look at the force that’s alarming so many. Are they really just the second coming of 1980s skinheads, or something more subtle?
We’ve spent the past month tracking down the elusive, often anonymous members of the alt-right, and working out exactly what they stand for.
There are many things that separate the alternative right from old-school racist skinheads (to whom they are often idiotically compared), but one thing stands out above all else: intelligence. Skinheads, by and large, are low-information, low-IQ thugs driven by the thrill of violence and tribal hatred. The alternative right are a much smarter group of people — which perhaps suggests why the Left hates them so much. They’re dangerously bright.
The origins of the alternative right can be found in thinkers as diverse as Oswald Spengler, H.L Mencken, Julius Evola, Sam Francis, and the paleoconservative movement that rallied around the presidential campaigns of Pat Buchanan. The French New Right also serve as a source of inspiration for many leaders of the alt-right.
The media empire of the modern-day alternative right coalesced around Richard Spencer during his editorship of Taki’s Magazine. In 2010, Spencer founded AlternativeRight.com, which would become a center of alt-right thought.
Alongside other nodes like Steve Sailer’s blog, VDARE and American Renaissance, AlternativeRight.com became a gathering point for an eclectic mix of renegades who objected to the established political consensus in some form or another. All of these websites have been accused of racism.
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