Anti-Net Neutrality Bill Gets Leaked from Waxman’s Office

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Rep. Henry Waxman, Chairman of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, the committee that oversees telecommunications was leaked on yesterday. Now we have a copy of Waxman’s plan to subvert Net Neutrality. Copy of the leaked Bill (in legalese) not yet submitted to congress. Leak Source is

Let’s say the internet is made of tubes. This bill gives the tube companies license to start selling premium tubes. Big shiny tubes. However anyone with the misfortune not to partner with the tube company will find themselves stuck in the smaller, collapsing tube system.

For example, Google partnered with the Verizon tube company to use its new tubes. Anyone trying to compete with Google, simply won’t be able to.

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