Friday, September 7, 2007

Bushies Support a Fee for Priority Web Traffic

This is a bizzy-bizzy day for those of us in the tin-hat brigade. Well, still crazy after all these years.

Now this from Kos:

The DoJ has determined that we don't need a free and unfettered Internet after all. In an ex parte filing with the FCC, Justice argued that Internet providers should be able to charge a fee for priority Web traffic, similar to the Postal Service.
We seen that'un comin'. The last loophole to be plugged in the shut-down of free speech would be what? And the best way to tilt access in favor of a wealthy white male Republican constituency would be how?

This IS war.