-Making internet access affordable by making it more efficient to deliver data. -Using less data by improving the efficiency of the apps and experiences we use. -Helping businesses drive internet access by developing a new model to get people online.
Many dynamics of resource-based economies are zero sum. For example, if you own an oil field, then I can’t also own that same oil field. This incentivizes those with resources to hoard rather than share them. But a knowledge economy is different and encourages worldwide prosperity. It’s not zero sum. If you know something, that doesn’t stop me from knowing it too. In fact, the more things we all know, the better ideas, products and services we can all offer and the better all of our lives will be.
Internet access IS NOT a human right. People want access, they either need to relocate out of the sticks, or BFE, or get a job and work and pay for it like the rest of us.
if its not a human right,then why is it available in libraries for free like books? and who says you have the right to say what is a human right and what's not? calm down Adolf
Are you ****ing stupid ??? Internet, a human right ? People have survived thousands of years without internet, and there are far more serious problems that need addressing before worrying about getting people internet.
you Kelly, are flawed
let me guess, you think having a drivers license is a human right as well ??? That, as well as internet access, cell phones and much more are privileges.
Look what we have here, two fucking liberals who believe wealth, and privileges should be shared equally, instead of worked for and earned. Easy to see you two would be Dems and Obama supporters.
SO, ISP's, who spend millions on equipment, labor, and upkeep shouldn't be allowed a ROE on their investment and should give it all away for free ???
A human right is a right that doesn't take away someone elses right. You don't have a right to internet, because giving you internet costs money. You're taking away someones property (which they have a right to) to give someone something.
Obviously doesn't mean charity and businesses can't work towards giving people the OPPORTUNITY to access internet. But it should be looked at as simply that, a charitable action or a business venture to net profit later. Not some government mandate that everyone should have access to everything, because we know where that leads.
Duuuude...chill. Out. Read the whole post, and then read the whole document I linked to. Zuck's whole proposition is that this would be something that benefits everyone involved, from those building out infrastructure to mobile service providers to end users. It's SUPPOSED to be healthy ROI for all businesses. Better technology, more efficient use of resources, and a potential 5 billion new customers. Everybody wins, regardless whether you're in it for humanitarian reasons or are just trying to make a buck. As Zuck said, and as I echoed, market forces should drive this whole venture.
Although I personally am all for the government working to provide broadband to all Americans, this is not that. At all.
I started to type out an explanation for you KellyMichaels, but based on your (hilarious) posts I can tell it would be a waste of time. In particular I like how Damian saying you are flawed = LIBERAL COMMIE SCUM! ROB THE RICH! FEED THE LAZY! Humans have existed for "thousands" of years without having to be solely defined by their alignment to red or blue.
I hope you can expand your horizons, or at least lay off the Fox news.
http://www.popsci.com/technology/article/2013-02/fcc-proposes-national-free-super-wifi-network and for information I never voted for Obama or support him in anyway and heres some information for you sorry for your disappointment
Kelly Michaels if you are frustrated with the people who like obama or else please go live in another planet, its their right to like who ever they want to.
ISP are first Thief, their is no law against them, no regulation to them they do whatever they want and they change contract as they like they higher prices and give you less as they do here in Canada for sure in USA have same result.
What i think of ISP "their is to many many ISP for nothing each one try to screw customer on their own way. it is time to have Free Internet so ISP knows what customer feel. if their is lost of jobs, no one asked them to dream too much in their american dream, be more realistic stop too much dreaming. people cant no longer afford thing time come to have free. "
but when come to innocent employees their is an unfairness to it. but their is a law of life, the big eat the small. let us see how facebook will survive it, if he doesn't loose lots of money in court.
But still when comes about Facebook and Suckerberg its really fishy i wonder if he will not charge us later for it.
As for you Fumblemuck, don't dodge the point, you tried to defend. Having internet access IS NOT A HUMAN RIGHT. Please explain and why you think it is/should be. You're certainly not a conservative or Republican, since you believe in taking form the " people who have, and work" and providing to the poor. Somebody has to pay to provide to the worthless, lazy, good for nothing poor people, and those people who pay will be the American taxpayers. We already pay enough to keep inmates, illegals, and many others up in free government handouts,
not defending anything I could care less I just like pissing people off who have their ass on their shoulders namely you and apparently it worked have a nice day dumbass
I think everyone has the right to access it but that doesnt mean we need to provide it for them
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