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December 21, 2014

Net Neutrality, Al Franken Style

The Democratic senator from Minnesota spells out his view of net neutrality: “Google TV wasn’t that great … YouTube was better than Google TV, and because both traveled at the same speed to the viewer, people were able to make a choice between the two.” He adds later that net neutrality “is the free-speech issue of our time.”

Behind the video is NoSlowLane.com, a site backed by the Progressive Change Campaign Committee, which was founded by two former MoveOn organizers.

 

 

  • York Aptain Sidney Field

    Although liberty can accompany democratic processes, attempts to wield absolute power in the name of fleeting majorities are illegitimate.

    • moderatesunite

      nice slogan, now what are you going to do to preserve net neutrality and make sure everyone can view this page if they so choose?

  • 3rdInfantryGrunt

    That guy is a f’n idiot from the word go.

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