This episode we discuss everybody losing their heads on Disney’s announcement about their new streaming services. We also discuss some Ajit Pai shadiness at the FCC as it pertains to broadband standards. We also conflicted over Nazis being more popular than the FCC’s plan on repealing Net Neutrality. We live in the upside down.
(2:10) Ajit Pai is trying to lower broadband standards: https://www.techdirt.com/articles/20170809/15282637966/fcc-begins-weakening-definition-quality-broadband-deployment-to-aid-lazy-uncompetitive-isps.shtml
(9:50) Net Neutrality Update
(18:17) Net Neutrality vs Nazis
(23:45) Everyone is loosing their mind over Disney’s Cord Cutting move
WaPo Article: https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/economy/freedom-from-cable-isnt-free-flood-of-streaming-services-will-make-cutting-the-cord-more-complicated/2017/08/11/01f9ade0-7d1f-11e7-a669-b400c5c7e1cc_story.html
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