19 January 2008

Comcast Caught Crippling User Accounts

An investigation by Associated Press caught Comcast secretly inspecting online communications and crippling users' ability to share information with one another.

The FCC has launched an investigation into this gross violation of Net Neutrality. If they do not act soon, large telephone and cable companies could control what you do, where you go and what you watch online.

To learn more, visit this URL to find out more and to send a loud message directly to the FCC. Do it while you are still allowed the bandwidth to do so.

Network Neutrality is not an ideal, it is a necessity. Who would you trust to decide what you may say, how you share videos and pictures with others? Keep the 'net free.

3 comments:

Tanner Christensen said...

This is horrible. Comcast has always been one of the best cable providers - in my opinion - and this really makes them look bad (completely horrible as a company, actually).

Jonathan Trenn said...

Please post a link to the AP report.

CyberCelt said...

@tanner-Thanks for stopping by. Yes, it does affect their PR. They have been caught at it and they need to do something about it.

@jonathan-Happy to oblige you. I came by your blog and left the URL to the AP story. It is old news, so I did not include it in my story. Comcast caught

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