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The Telecom Digest for Jun 14, 2015
|Besides the danger of a direct mixture of religion and civil government, there is an evil which ought to be guarded against in the indefinite accumulation of property from the capacity of holding it in perpetuity by ecclesiastical corporations. The establishment of the chaplainship in Congress is a palpable violation of equal rights as well as of Constitutional principles. The danger of silent accumulations and encroachments by ecclesiastical bodies has not sufficiently engaged attention in the U.S.|
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|Date: Sat, 13 Jun 2015 10:00:52 +1000 From: David Clayton <dc33box-usenet2@NOSPAM.yahoo.com.au> To: email@example.com. Subject: Re: Frontier To Subscriber: You Were NOT In Florida Message-ID: <pan.2015.06.13.00.00.50.873779@NOSPAM.yahoo.com.au> On Fri, 12 Jun 2015 11:54:12 -0400, Bill Horne wrote: > By Kevin Hunt - The Hartford Courant > > Jim Weber and his significant other spent the past winter in Florida, as > they do every year, but Frontier Communications apparently didn't believe > it. ......... > Weber, 76, says he called Frontier half a dozen times before being > promised a credit. Then, a couple days later, Frontier told him the credit > was denied because the company found evidence that he had used the > company's Internet service. Was he really in Florida or was he sitting at > home ordering flying-saucer sleds and winter chai from Amazon while > collecting a reduced-rate bundle from Frontier? Or perhaps he has at least one network connected device at home permanently "leaking" data? I have numerous devices constantly generating Internet traffic whether I am home or not. -- Regards, David. David Clayton Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Knowledge is a measure of how many answers you have, intelligence is a measure of how many questions you have.|
|Date: Sat, 13 Jun 2015 08:08:24 -0700 From: "Harold Hallikainen" <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: email@example.com. Subject: Re: Frontier To Subscriber: You Were NOT In Florida Message-ID: <firstname.lastname@example.org> > Weber, 76, says he called Frontier half a dozen times before being > promised a credit. Then, a couple days later, Frontier told him the > credit was denied because the company found evidence that he had used > the company's Internet service. Was he really in Florida or was he > sitting at home ordering flying-saucer sleds and winter chai from Amazon > while collecting a reduced-rate bundle from Frontier? > > > http://goo.gl/J439Ed > > I wonder if there were various devices (Internet of Things) that WERE using the Internet. Perhaps his Roku, television, refrigerator, or whatever was phoning home, getting updates, etc. when he was not there. Or, a neighbor is using his wifi? Next time, turn off the cable modem. Harold -- FCC Rules Updated Daily at http://www.hallikainen.com - Advertising opportunities available! Not sent from an iPhone.|
|Date: Sat, 13 Jun 2015 20:41:52 -0400 From: Bill Horne <bill@horneQRM.net> To: email@example.com. Subject: Net neutrality rules effective today Message-ID: <firstname.lastname@example.org> Net neutrality rules effective today as federal court denies AT&T, CenturyLink request for stay by Sean Buckley The FCC's net neutrality rules will go into effect today. The rules ban blocking, throttling and prevent companies from paying to get access to fast lanes to deliver content. AT&T, CenturyLink and other telecom groups requested a stay of the FCC's new net neutrality rules but those requests were not granted by a D.C. Federal Circuit Court. http://goo.gl/aVvS5g -- Bill Horne (Remove QRM from my address to write to me directly)|
|Date: Sat, 13 Jun 2015 20:33:43 -0400 From: Bill Horne <bill@horneQRM.net> To: email@example.com. Subject: Will Verizon Shut Down the Huffington Post? Message-ID: <firstname.lastname@example.org> by Leo Sun The future of The Huffington Post looks murky after the announcement that Verizon Communications had agreed to acquire its parent company, AOL. The potential conflicts of interest between the two companies are easy to see. The Huffington Post is a liberal blog and news aggregator, while Verizon generally leans toward the right. For example, the Huffington Post railed against the National Security Agency's mass surveillance programs and supports net neutrality. Verizon took an opposing stance on the latter issue and previously turned over telephone records to the government. http://goo.gl/RBvOvU -- Bill Horne (Remove QRM from my address to write to me directly)|
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