Tag: net neutrality

Jeffrey Tucker Bids Farewell to Net Neutrality

11/29/2017


Jeffrey Tucker of FEE.org joins us again to discuss his latest article, “Goodbye Net Neutrality; Hello Competition.” We explore the details of the net neutrality discussion that is being ignored by nearly everyone, including how the corporatocracy actually favours net neutrality and how government regulation of the internet is precisely what is keeping prices high and access to the market restricted for would-be competitors.

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Interview 1327 – Jeffrey Tucker Bids Farewell to Net Neutrality

11/27/201728 Comments

Jeffrey Tucker of FEE.org joins us again to discuss his latest article, “Goodbye Net Neutrality; Hello Competition.” We explore the details of the net neutrality discussion that is being ignored by nearly everyone, including how the corporatocracy actually favours net neutrality and how government regulation of the internet is precisely what is keeping prices high and access to the market restricted for would-be competitors.

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Interview 899 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

06/06/20140 Comments

This week on New World Next Week: Life imitates art as the Hunger Games salute comes to Thailand; it’s WTF? as Van Gogh’s ear recreated with 3D printer; and German villagers take their power back by creating their own broadband network.

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Justifying Murder, Net No-trality, #myNYPD – New World Next Week

04/25/20140 Comments

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Interview 865 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

04/25/20140 Comments

This week on New World Next Week: Obama ordered to release American assassination justification memo; the FCC moves to gut net neutrality; and the #myNYPD campaign backfires big time.

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Interview 816 – James Corbett Talks Shop on 42 Minutes

02/01/20140 Comments

In this interview by William Morgan and Douglas Bolles of 42 Minutes, James talks about his work, including the past, present and future of The Corbett Report. Topics discussed include podcastumentaries, anniversaries, net neutrality, bedrock truth, and more.

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