The future will hold a heavily restricted internet with ISPs selling you access...

Austin Diaz
Austin Diaz

The future will hold a heavily restricted internet with ISPs selling you access to fb/yt/twitter/wiki/amazon etc and other sites being inaccessible because the goverment declared them "hostile".
There is no way to stop it so we need a proper alternative internet before its too late.

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congress.gov/bill/114th-congress/senate-bill/2943/text

Matthew Rogers
Matthew Rogers

The future will be me cutting any contact with the outside world, except for some sort of radio connection to Gentoo's repository.

Brayden Richardson
Brayden Richardson

You could do IoT, Internet over Twitter. You just have short encrypted packets sent over Twitter.
There are plenty of ways to get around the restrictions.

Kevin Ward
Kevin Ward

Satellite connection + blockchain (ethereum + ipfs).

Julian Anderson
Julian Anderson

how are you going to download the blockchain over satellite?

Samuel Rogers
Samuel Rogers

Satellite phone tethering

Eli Bennett
Eli Bennett

IPFS

Julian Phillips
Julian Phillips

IoT, Internet over Twitter
kekd

Julian Collins
Julian Collins

/pol/ was right about net neutrality. It was nothing but a gigantic jewish scam and you all fell for it.

Camden Bailey
Camden Bailey

Pirate Zeppelin/balloon-based IPFS nodes

Juan Smith
Juan Smith

net neutrality is a scam
net neutrality was removed
how can it scam people when it doesnt exist?
4d chess?

Andrew Watson
Andrew Watson

Exactly, it was removed despite all the liberal kikes getting up in arms about it and shilling for how bad it's going to be when net neutrality is gone, despite the fact that it wasn't even a thing until 2008 anyways. The tech world has a really bad streak of liberalism to it, and people are so quick to jump on any crusade the kikes sell you. Look at how bad the (((EFF))) is.

Luis Nelson
Luis Nelson

NN was a thing since the internet went public. Tbh you'd think posters on a site full of racists and pedos would be more appreciative of a regulation that prevents some blue-haired harpy at Comcast from blocking all sites deemed "problematic". It's only a matter of time, and Holla Forums will absolutely be one of the first sites to get blacklisted by ISPs.

Connor Allen
Connor Allen

will

Caleb Ward
Caleb Ward

The only difference between them and the blue haired whales is their ideology. Trump told /pol/ that nn is bad, they don't have the intellectual ability to say otherwise. They repeat the lies like they repeat the memes.

Connor Clark
Connor Clark

(((Tech giants))) have a very consistent record of banning and blocking any content they want you to believe is "offensive". Mind telling me why you think they'll break that streak?

Chase Moore
Chase Moore

why you think they'll break that streak?
Mind telling me why you're putting false words into my mouth friend? I'm merely pointing out you're behind the actual timeline we're on.

Aaron Davis
Aaron Davis

I was pretty fucking confused when I saw /pol/ was against NN. The only reason I could see for miles was that it was a liberal enactment and regulation of free enterprise was bad. I just chalked it up to being retarded and moved along. But later on, I found a screencap with a few "this" replies and some things clicked. An intelligent reason to be against NN is because there are concessions in the official document that allow government to monopolize the internet infrastructure AND have the ability to force ISPs to take down any websites or face the prospect of losing their "internet license" from the FFC (IIRC), losing all of their profits, and then having to sell all of their assets back to the government which now has even more power to arbitrarily take any websites off the web.

Jeremiah Cook
Jeremiah Cook

The full-on botnet dystopia will begin around 2020.
BIOS is going to be retired completely in 2020, only pure UEFI remains
Windows 7 is going to be EOL in 2020, only cucked versions (8.1/10) remain
a major redesign of CPUs in the wake of Spectre, probably the death of x86(-64) as we knew it, possibly the death of the PC architecture in favour of IoT devices which consist of a revemped ME and a UEFI which boots straight to botnet via IPv6 only

Levi Phillips
Levi Phillips

I'm very doubtful net neutrality legislation actually enabled that, but even if it did, it's not the reason the average /pol/ poster was against it. The main reason was bland contrarianism. A few years ago we had a persistent poster here who was ahead of the curve and literally argued against net neutrality by saying reddit liked it.

Jack Flores
Jack Flores

a pox on thee versooth.
< just shut up about the truth. leave me in my delusions you bastard.
:^)

Jacob Garcia
Jacob Garcia

The reason is the belief (that may be true) that having layer between the kikes and the interweb (corporations) was better than giving it to the ZOG on a silver plate.
Honestly, I don't know and don't care since I'm a yuropoor.

Jose Turner
Jose Turner

Nobody ever explained how adding restrictions to the fuckery that layer can do makes it easier for the government to do fuckery.

Matthew Peterson
Matthew Peterson

corps are good boys they dindu nuffin

Connor Rivera
Connor Rivera

pol is one person
Get out newfag. Here's the bill user is talking about
congress.gov/bill/114th-congress/senate-bill/2943/text

Kevin Perry
Kevin Perry

being this delusional
First of all: /pol/index.html
Second, you know there are not two sides to this, right? It's all part of the plan. Trump and all.

Now, go back.

Blake Evans
Blake Evans

/pol/ is not one person, but "the average /pol/ poster" is a coherent concept.

Noah Price
Noah Price

he thinks cause I don't want to give the government control of the Internet I want to get raped by Comcast

Jeremiah Kelly
Jeremiah Kelly

I can smell the /leftpol/ on you, cuckfag.

Parker Garcia
Parker Garcia

The government doesn't need to do anything here. All you need is for the industry to continue to consolidate until corporate control of what you see and access is absolute. Google is already massively impacting web traffic by tweaking their algorithms to direct people away from websites they don't like.

Robert Cooper
Robert Cooper

take a trip to china and ask their toadposters how they get around river crabs.

Jackson Myers
Jackson Myers

Yep. Censorship is good, but it's even better if you don't need to censor because all information people seek and find is already kosher. A few autists can get around it, but getting 99.999% of people is more than good enough.

Grayson Martinez
Grayson Martinez

Badthink sites will be banned regardless of net neutrality. Big Tech was using their power to ban anyone they deem ungood before net neutrality was repealed -- see the mass bannings on Twitter and the Daily Stormer. Like every other rule regarding freedom of speech, net neutrality was never going to be applied evenly. It would have been used to protect leftists, while any doubleplusungood h'white men would be mysteriously exempted from its protection.

Net neutrality being repealed is a good thing. It exposes leddit/leftist/normalfaggots to censorship, while not changing the situation for non-leftists one iota.

I'm going to enjoy seeing leftist faggots bitch and moan as their favorite sites are restricted. Let's see how they like the censorship they've been foisting on everyone else for so long.

Matthew Thomas
Matthew Thomas

mfw it makes sense
Seriously do you even know who passed net neutrality? It was fucking Obama! It's SJW trash.