Landon McCoy: Save Net Neutrality!

Published on: Monday, December 4, 2017

Save Net Neutrality!

What's going on, guys? So I'm sure you've heard the phrase "Net Neutrality" by now, but what exactly is it, and why should we care about saving it? Links to contact your Representative/Senators as well as the FCC down below!

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  • Your_Future_Ex

    Your_Future_Ex

     7 months ago +1

    It's been over a year and a few months, how's this video still hold up? HAHAHA! Don't be a liberal your whole life, you'll always be a failure.

  • Curious112233

    Curious112233

     7 months ago +4

    Hi Landon, I believe you need to think about 'Net Neutrality' a little deeper. On the one hand you believe the internet providers will take advantage of us if Net Neutrality was repealed. Meaning Internet providers are bad and greedy. However the biggest internet service providers are supporting 'Net Neutrality'. So does this mean those internet providers are actually good and caring for our best interests, or does it mean they are still bad and greedy, and 'Net Neutrality' is actually good for them, and not good for us. If its so good for us then why do the internet service providers get to write their own regulation.


    The propaganda would lead you to believe that the regulation prevents prices from rising. But the truth is the regulation prevents prices from dropping. By forcing a flat fee for all internet usage, it prevents competitors from offering variable pricing models. Why should everyone be forced to pay for 100Mbps, if many would be satisfied with 1Mbps. "Net Neutrality" disallows discounts for less usage. The Internet service providers know they are over charging everyone, and they know competition is working to provide people with better choices, so they promote "Net Neutrality" which would ensure they keep prices high.


    In general, everything the government does, is done by force. Force means someone does not like it, because if everyone liked it, they would not need to use force. Now who do you think has more influence over the government, you, or the large corporations who pay the government millions in tax dollars? Large corporations have much more influence, and that is why you can trust that all government regulations are written to benefit the large corporations. Which means those who do not benefit from regulations are you, me, and small businesses.


    Hope this gives you another perspective. Most people who want the government to solve their problems are either lying, or ignorant. The rest are rich enough to use the government for their benefit.

  • Hafizi Hilmi

    Hafizi Hilmi

     1 years ago

    https://www.change.org/p/save-net-neutrality-netneutrality/u/20856346

  • Luis Zambrano

    Luis Zambrano

     1 years ago +1

    Thanks for this good ass explanation

  • Brian Guillemette

    Brian Guillemette

     1 years ago

    everyone go to http://www.battleforthenet.com/

  • Excaliber

    Excaliber

     1 years ago

    Here is a list of congress people that sold your internet rights to ISP's
    https://www.theverge.com/2017/3/29/15...
    Everyone of them should be voted out of office next election! Trump Just Guaranteed himself to being a 1 term President!

  • Bryce Clenney

    Bryce Clenney

     1 years ago +1

    Cool video dude. Your dad cuts my hair and showed me your channel so I subscribed.

  • The Rank1

    The Rank1

     1 years ago +1

    How do you get the download to work it just says you need to update it every time

  • Nightflash_

    Nightflash_

     1 years ago +1

    Should’ve moved to Canada

  • Caleb Talks

    Caleb Talks

     1 years ago

    #iprobablyneedtostopcommenting

  • Caleb Talks

    Caleb Talks

     1 years ago

    #savenetneutality

  • Caleb Talks

    Caleb Talks

     1 years ago

    #savetheinternet

  • Caleb Talks

    Caleb Talks

     1 years ago

    #riptheinternet #riphumanity