Uncapped Internet, Got A Visit From The FBI

“United States residents have already paid for upgrades to our existing broadband infrastructure — being charged for services never delivered — and not a small amount either, but actually to the tune of $200,000,000,000. When you break it down, that’s roughly a $2,000 refund for every household that’s due for contractual obligations never fulfilled.” Yet in spite of this “the FBI, 17 Buckeye cable users were served warrants, seven of whom had their possessions taken, face fifth-degree felony charges (punishable by up to one year in prison).” Yet they are not the ones who should be sent to prison but the very people that are providers of the internet for not having delivered that which they siad they would and for owing all these people including the ones who were paid a visit by the FBI as well. It’s crazy. It’s the same thing with the RIAA and the MPAA–injustice to the very customers.


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