DTNS 2825 – Clickbait is Gone. You won’t believe what happened next.

Logo by Mustafa Anabtawi thepolarcat.comShould you pay more or get a discount depending on how much info you share with your ISP? Comcast tells the FCC to leave pricing out of privacy protection regulations. Justin Young explains to Tom Merritt why that’s a good thing.


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One thought on “DTNS 2825 – Clickbait is Gone. You won’t believe what happened next.

  1. After hearing Jury talk about finding an ISP he can trust I had to chime in. I live in Chattanooga, TN. And I know what I am about to say is not useful for him or for anyone outside of Chattanooga but I have to say it. We have fiber optic data from a local power company that gives us, quite possibly, the fastest internet in the country (something they got wrong in Iron Man 3, btw). They are great all around with no price hikes after a year, no data-caps and super fast internet. I wish that something like this could happen in more placed because in the last 5 or so years we have had this option, Chattanooga has grown by leaps and bounds. Love the show, more to the ‘nooga.

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