David Cohen, (this guy) the Comcast "point man" on "Net-neutrality", has declared that Comcast has every right to charge a different amount of money for different levels of Internet connectivity.
Translated: If you want faster Internet service you will have to pay more money to get it. According to Mr. Cohen this has been perfectly legal for years, and Comcast, through the kindness of their hearts, have just been letting us slide without going deeper into our pocket books.
We can thank a clueless FCC Commissioner for Mr. Cohen's arrogance. Tom Wheeler's new rules would allow Internet providers to create things called "fast lanes". These "fast lanes" allow companies with deep pockets to pay more money to create faster Internet service for their
Now, thanks to the courts, these ISPs that used to be just conduits that carried data back and forth, are now able to charge extra money to companies like Netflix if they want to ride on the really fast information super- highway.
“We are not sure we know what paid prioritization, or what a fast lane, is,” Cohen said. “Fast lane sounds bad… (but) I believe that whatever it is, it has been completely legal for 15 or 20 years.”
He is lying! Comcast knows exactly what "fast lane" is and how much you would have to pay to get it.
Finally, I am down in Florida again for some craziness.
The latest po po cam catches a police officer kicking a handcuffed child's feet from beneath him causing him to fall on his back.
You could argue that the kid was a punk, but police officer's shouldn't be assaulting grown ass men who are handcuffed let alone a 13 year old.
If the police officers in Boynton Beach, Florida can't handle a couple of
rowdy kids on a school bus, what are they going to do when faced with real