• I think net neutrality is overrated?

    They got rid of it yesterday and my internet is working fine
    They got rid of it yesterday and my internet is working fine
    10 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is the internet still free?

    Or it is not anymore?
    Or it is not anymore?
    17 answers · 4 days ago
  • If I manually change my IP will that fix a site IP ban?

    Best answer: You can just change your IP by unplugging your router for 5 mins. Might as well try.
    Best answer: You can just change your IP by unplugging your router for 5 mins. Might as well try.
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • Firefox or Chrome?

    5 answers · 1 hour ago
  • Do you think Republicans are just uneducated and misinformed on Net Neutrality or do they really have such a servile, sycophantic love of?

    being told what to do by their corporate overlords?
    being told what to do by their corporate overlords?
    14 answers · 4 days ago
  • Can there be two separate Time Warner accounts, billed to the same house for different utilities?

    If my mother has a Time Warner account at this house for the phone bill, but not a cable or internet bill, can I have the internet billed to me separately as another account with Time Warner
    If my mother has a Time Warner account at this house for the phone bill, but not a cable or internet bill, can I have the internet billed to me separately as another account with Time Warner
    6 answers · 1 day ago
  • Why are people making such a big deal out of net neutrality?

    The net neutrality law went into effect back in 2015, for me there was nothing wrong with the internet before 2015, nothings changed since 2015 so what’s really the issue? People on my Facebook are passing around petitions and freaking out about it and it’s like what are you guys talking about? We didn’t have to... show more
    The net neutrality law went into effect back in 2015, for me there was nothing wrong with the internet before 2015, nothings changed since 2015 so what’s really the issue? People on my Facebook are passing around petitions and freaking out about it and it’s like what are you guys talking about? We didn’t have to pay extra to use internet before 2015, I wasn’t charged extra to use twitter so I’m completely confused. Why are people crying about it?
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • We didn't have Net Neutrality before Obama, so what is so different today that it would cause more problems now than it did before Obama?

    Best answer: Until 2015 when Obama passed the Net Neutrality rules, ISPs WERE starting to test the limits of their power. Comcast started by throttling P2P connections. AT&T blocked FaceTime that wasn t on wifi, Mobile providers offering "unlimited" data would often only give you a certain amount of full speed... show more
    Best answer: Until 2015 when Obama passed the Net Neutrality rules, ISPs WERE starting to test the limits of their power.

    Comcast started by throttling P2P connections. AT&T blocked FaceTime that wasn t on wifi, Mobile providers offering "unlimited" data would often only give you a certain amount of full speed before they dropped you down to 2G or lower speeds. The list goes on.
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • Will internet porn still be free after this Net Neutrality decision?

    Asking for a friend btw. XD
    Asking for a friend btw. XD
    9 answers · 4 days ago
  • How to block someone back on instagram?

    Someone has blocked me. I want to block her back. This is so unfair. She can easily see my posts by unblocking me for a sec and the block back. I don't want her to be able to see my public posts in any way at all.
    Someone has blocked me. I want to block her back. This is so unfair. She can easily see my posts by unblocking me for a sec and the block back. I don't want her to be able to see my public posts in any way at all.
    4 answers · 15 hours ago
  • Net neutrality?

    Some people I know have claimed that since net neutrality was created in 2015 it has only been around 2 years and the internet was fine before it, so it will be fine after. How should I respond to this?
    Some people I know have claimed that since net neutrality was created in 2015 it has only been around 2 years and the internet was fine before it, so it will be fine after. How should I respond to this?
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • Now that Trump revoked Net Neutrality, is it bad or no?

    are you ready to pay for YouTube, Facebook and Google as corporate conglomerates will take control of the internet
    are you ready to pay for YouTube, Facebook and Google as corporate conglomerates will take control of the internet
    7 answers · 4 days ago
  • How do you get over old websites you liked not being around anymore?

    ive got this real fixation and annoyance at the moment that the internet now has removed tons of websites since i first got online in 2006 and the internet has become heavily restricted, controlled and censored since back in 06, and many of the sites i used to go to are now not there or are being blocked, or have... show more
    ive got this real fixation and annoyance at the moment that the internet now has removed tons of websites since i first got online in 2006 and the internet has become heavily restricted, controlled and censored since back in 06, and many of the sites i used to go to are now not there or are being blocked, or have been taken down. for example, in 2007 there was a specific site i used to go to which hosted and specialized about the commodore 64 text adventure game 'lord of the rings' from the late 1980's, i used to enjoy going to the site because it had screen shots of the game art and loading images, and just lots of information about the game. but now when i went to that retro site about that old commodore 64 game lord of the rings, the site has fallen into disrepair...links on the website no longer work and take you to empty web domains....and a lot of the information, pictures that was on the website has been depleted, deleted or is no longer available. how can i get over that? - i am a bit of a fanatic on retro things from my childhood like this, and i found comfort, solace and diversion in that retro site...the website address was; https://www.lysator.liu.se/tolkien-games... i loved that site, and got a great deal of pleasure from visiting it..how do i get over the site has fallen into disrepair and no longer functions? and is there still plenty of other similar retro sites on the old commodore 64 game 'lord of the rings'?
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is there a way to get internet without having a contract with cable/ internet/ satellite companies? My Daughter can't afford bill?

    Best answer: There are still people who use dial-up internet on their land-line telephone. It means your phone line is busy while you're online, and depending on your phone plan, each time you dial in may add a charge. But I have a friend who is quit poor and is considering this through PeoplePC. IIRC, it costs $10 a month... show more
    Best answer: There are still people who use dial-up internet on their land-line telephone. It means your phone line is busy while you're online, and depending on your phone plan, each time you dial in may add a charge. But I have a friend who is quit poor and is considering this through PeoplePC. IIRC, it costs $10 a month (plus 10 cents a call on her present phone plan).

    Compared to the internet most of us are used to, dial-up is very slow. Images take forever to load, and streaming video is not usually possible. Websites may have settings the user can set to show no images, or they may not since there are few dial-up users in North America.

    It does let a person check their email, or look up a quick something, without costing a fortune, though.
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • Net neutrality is ending. How much will your Netfix, Hulu, or Amazon bill go up ?

    Comcast and the those that provide you your Internet service got what they wanted. The right to slow down the speed of the bandwidth that sends the signal to play whatever you watch on Netflix or anying program that relies on a steady feed without an interruption to your viewing. It was bound to happen bc it s all... show more
    Comcast and the those that provide you your Internet service got what they wanted. The right to slow down the speed of the bandwidth that sends the signal to play whatever you watch on Netflix or anying program that relies on a steady feed without an interruption to your viewing. It was bound to happen bc it s all about revenue.
    5 answers · 3 days ago