Every Comment I Went to Facebook with is Dead

Brace yourself, I have a feeling this one will be long (again).

This post is about denial, social media isolation, anti-natalism, veganism, doomsday, intersectionality, and the absurdness of each. All brought forward because two of my comments were deleted today (I know, male tears, right?). The plus side is that I am not angry or surprised (even since I was not notified of the removal), just more creative toward my forthcoming echo chamber. I have chose this method of creativity as to not troll (even more) the one who removed the comments, since re-engaging personally is a scrot thing to do, in spite of my not liking social media silos. Continue reading “Every Comment I Went to Facebook with is Dead”

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Every Comment I Went to Facebook with is Dead

A Critique Against Net Neutrality

Before I begin, I should note I am not an American, nor have I particularly noticed any form of throttling as a result of lack of Net Neutrality (often noted here as N/N – set as a fraction to supply the idea of balance). I have, experienced site blocking, particularly in the past two years (by either my internet service provider – ISP – or the parent company).

I would be remiss to mention as well, neither Title I nor Title II of the Communications Act is significantly better than the other for American ISP’s to be regulated under. My viewpoint is only that there are a lot of people spreading fear, uncertainty & doubt over this while forgetting the history of the internet (including the decades without N/N), for example. My hope is to take a critical look at the claims for N/N, and point out why the sky is not falling since the removal of Title II occourred. Continue reading “A Critique Against Net Neutrality”

A Critique Against Net Neutrality