Net neutrality dies, and the second great equalizer returns to its former glory

The first great equalizer – the revolver – was invented back in the nineteenth century.  The U.S. federal government, in accordance with the Second Amendment to the Constitution, as expected, withdrew from having discretionary control over revolvers.  As a result, the chances of bad guys versus good guys have leveled off.  And in the end, the mores of the Wild West have been replaced by a law-abiding (and armed to the teeth) America. The second great equalizer – the internet – was also invented in America.  The U.S. federal government, in accordance with the First Amendment to the Constitution, as expected, withdrew from control over the internet.  As a result, the chances of bad guys versus good guys, from the point of view of the free distribution of information, have leveled off. As in the case of revolvers, there were some excesses of the internet.  As a result, about 80% of all websites in the world are porn, and about...(Read Full Post)

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