Net neutrality doesn't stop ISPs or admins from making weird mistakes. Is there any evidence that anything more interesting than that happened?
Like, its not as if we have a shortage of real reasons to beat up on Comcast - but if our side makes up falsities, or presumes lack of good faith without any evidence - we just lost the moral high ground in the argument.
Intermittent DNS issue. Happens with any provider from time to time.
And what a great promo piece opportunity for that email service used by “hundreds”!
As you’d expect from zdnet, the writing is fascinatingly bad:
>But it's troubling, just a few months after the net neutrality rules were repealed, to see internet providers with arbitrary control over what customers can see and access
Truly shocking that internet providers are technically able to limit what their customers can access.
How can you tell the difference between the government asking Comcast to block a certain site for a few days, and Comcast's normal level of service?
Without more evidence, you can't.
"Never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity."
Also, DNS does weird things sometimes.