And you thought Google was getting "scary"General

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  1. TheAtheistReverend

    TheAtheistReverend Anybody want a peanut? VIP Member

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  2. bberryhill0

    bberryhill0 Well-Known Member

    " Verizon is arguing that its freedom of speech requires that it have the power -- a power that, by its own admission, it has never used -- to deny content producers access to consumers, and vice-versa."

    Huh?!? Freedom of speech includes the right to limit other's speech?!? Very 1984.

    It sounds like Verizon already has the technology in place to edit everything going through their pipes. All your email. Everything we post here.....
  3. buraian

    buraian New Member

    One more reason to break my Verizon contract!

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