On the day of the big FCC vote, a handful of people were taking the internet into their own hands.
One of them was a man named Dan Walshe.
Walshe is a tech journalist who runs the blog TechCrunch.
His blog has been called the best source for tech news and opinions.
But last year he took the reins of the internet, and the internet is now his.
Wants to make sure we can be sure that we’re using the best, most secure, most reliable and secure network possible, he says.
He is the author of the blog Technically, Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the Internet.
TechCrunch has been covering the net neutrality debate, but the internet has also been the site of a lot of wild and dangerous internet shenanigans.
It’s been called a Wild West, a wild internet.
Techies are the ones driving the Wild West of the Net.
Walsh says that he doesn’t care for the wild and violent rhetoric being used by the ISPs, because it’s just not accurate.
“The wild internet is a dangerous internet,” he says in the video below.
“We have a lot more freedom online than people in a prison or in a gulag.”
Walsh is a member of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), a group of internet pioneers that sets standards and protocols for internet connectivity.
He says that the FCC’s decision to open up the internet to ISPs was “just not the right thing to do.”
“If the internet were just open to anyone who wanted to participate, and that’s what the FCC was proposing, I would have supported it,” he tells Ars.
“I think it would have been great if the internet had been open to everyone.
“It’s not a free service, it’s not free to use, it can be used by anyone, and it’s free to participate.””
The internet is not a monopoly,” he writes.
“It’s not a free service, it’s not free to use, it can be used by anyone, and it’s free to participate.”
Watshel also believes that net neutrality is important because it protects the freedom of speech.
Internet access should be free, he writes, and ISPs shouldn’t be able to charge for prioritized access to sites.
“But if you are going to charge people for the privilege of doing it, you have to be able, by law, to do it for the same price people do it free.”
“If you can’t have free speech, then what are you going to have?” he asks.
“The internet isn’t a monopoly.
It’s not an Internet Service Provider.
It should be a marketplace where people can be free to talk, share, innovate, and build.”
Wetshe also thinks that the net has changed dramatically in the past decade.
He sees an increase in online piracy and the rise of bots, viruses, phishing scams, and other malware.
Watshe says that if ISPs can’t manage the flood of data that’s flooding their networks, they need to step up their game.
“I’m going to say this,” he told Ars in the interview.
“There are a lot worse things in the world than being hacked into your home and your car.
But being hacked in your car and your home is worse.
It’s the worst, it really is.”