Take sides. Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim.— Elie Wiesel
Belligerent Net Neutrality quotations
If you go to Cass Sunstein, what net neutrality means is now if you go to FoxNews.com, you will have Arianna Huffington, a little box pop up with her showing that Bill O’Reilly is wrong on this or here’s an opposing view of Bill O’Reilly.
When I invented the Web, I didn't have to ask anyone's permission.
Now, hundreds of millions of people are using it freely. I am worried that that is going end in the USA.
Silence encourages the tormentor, never the tormented.
Net neutrality is the principle that the service providers who control or access, who own the pipes, should not favor some content over another. It's, you know, an even playing field for stuff on the Internet, and, you know, I think it's very important to the medium that it have a rough quality among contents. Everyone has their shot.
Net neutrality was essential for our economy;
it was essential to preserve freedom and openness, both for economic reasons and free speech reasons, and the government had a role in ensuring that Internet freedom was protected.
Net Neutrality is what makes the Internet so great - and so vital for innovation and creativity.
I'm not really sure what I'd like to see people doing more of online, but what I'd like to see less of is the warning signs that not ratifying net neutrality is gonna cause two separate nets: one that the big dogs can afford to be on and the other a ghetto internet that no one goes on. Think FM vs AM radio, or cable vs broadcast TV.
Net Neutrality' is Obamacare for the Internet;
the Internet should not operate at the speed of government.
A liberated Internet will continue to be a reality in your life (and in the lives of your children) if rules like Net Neutrality are in place.
I'm very active in pushing for net neutrality and an open Internet.
There are countless other causes I support personally and privately, but I try to keep my public activism fairly focused.
Net neutrality is a big deal to the left because it puts the government in charge of the internet. It puts the government in charge of content. It lets the government choose what you can watch and what you can't watch and what you pay for it. And that's bogus. In the name of competition, they want to take competition away from the net. They're leftists. They lie to you about what they want to do.
The net neutrality game is to make everybody the same so that there's no difference and the prices are the same and if these Millennials got their way nothing would cost anything. But it's classic. This is a great illustration. Net neutrality is being stood upside down which is good because it's pro-competition, it offers customers options.
Net neutrality is one where we the people are definitely on the ropes.
There's so much kind of bureaucracy involved with the whole concept of net neutrality and like technical stuff.
You know, the only reason net neutrality is controversial is because it's complicated.
I feel like we're stuck in the former mode of reacting because that's what gains traction in Washington. But I really believe we need a robust public good argument. Net neutrality is not just about creating the next Instagram or Farmville or whatever.
Ultimately, the current argument is "not having net neutrality will hurt innovation," and you can make that argument, but I would rather make the public good argument, which is not just about innovation or nurturing new companies that will add to the nation's GDP, it's actually about creating a democratic public sphere.
If Ayn Rand were an up-and-coming author today, she wouldn't write about steel or railroads, it would be Net Neutrality.
I am a big advocate of what is known as net neutrality.
This means that providers are compelled to transmit content without political or commercial pre-selection.
After President Obama announced his support for net neutrality yesterday, Texas Senator Ted Cruz tweeted that 'Net neutrality is Obamacare for the Internet.' While Ted Cruz continues to be the Taylor Swift of not getting over Obamacare.
Net neutrality would require that every search engine produce an equal number of results that satisfy every disagreement about the issue... Just think of it as Fairness Doctrine for the Internet. I'm not making this up.
I care about a lot of issues. I care about libraries, I care about healthcare, I care about homelessness and unemployment. I care about net neutrality and the steady erosion of our liberties both online and off. I care about the rich/poor divide and the rise of corporate business.
Net neutrality: The only two words that promise more boredom in the English language are 'featuring Sting,'