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(Slate)   In news that will surely shock you, the new head of the Federal Communications Commission apparently has no clue on how the Internet really works. Surprise surprise surprise   ( slate.com) divider line
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2013-05-01 10:10:13 AM  
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I'm more worried about the fact that his past job experiences include being the president of the NCTA and the CEO of the CTIA.
http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2013/04/new-fcc-chairman-is-forme r- lobbyist-for-cable-and-wireless-industries/

This does not bode well for the future of competition in the US telecommunications industry.
2013-05-01 09:50:04 AM  
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Sybarite: Yes, taking down a blog that is probably archived somewhere is exactly the same as having no clue how the Internet works.

Hey, if you can't stun them with substance, baffle them with bullshiat.

Bad article, bad headline.
2013-05-01 09:49:28 AM  
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When I read the harrowing tale of how he disagreed about the AT&T / T-Mobile merger my stomach turned. I tried to read on about how he was against SOPA but I had already vomited too much and was just producing stomach bile at that point. Truly, a disgusting, shocking, in-depth, useful, pertinent, pulitzer-worthy read.
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