This user has mostly submitted to the following subverses (showing top 5):
24 submissions to Linux
3 submissions to linuxgaming
3 submissions to technology
2 submissions to funny
1 submissions to ideasforvoat
This user has so far shared a total of 32 links, started a total of 2 discussions and submitted a total of 196 comments.
Submissions: This user has upvoted 1723 and downvoted 145 submissions.
Comments: This user has upvoted 1369 and downvoted 204 comments.
5 highest rated submissions:
As Of This Month, The World's Top 500 Supercomputers All Run Linux, submitted: 11/14/2017 10:43:05 PM, 53 points (+53|-0)
Pirates packaging Windows games for Linux with Flatpak and WINE, submitted: 10/24/2017 4:01:55 PM, 42 points (+42|-0)
Librem 5 (Security & Privacy Focused Linux Phone) Passed $1M mark, submitted: 10/5/2017 3:22:01 PM, 36 points (+36|-0)
Ubuntu 17.10 will not provide 32-bit installation images, submitted: 9/27/2017 10:53:05 PM, 27 points (+28|-1)
GIMP 2.9.6 Released, submitted: 8/25/2017 3:31:05 AM, 24 points (+24|-0)
5 lowest rated submissions:
Tell new users how SCP/CCP relate to upvoats/downvoats, submitted: 8/28/2017 9:21:37 PM, -3 points (+5|-8)
I don't swing that way, Amazon, submitted: 6/18/2017 10:06:10 PM, -2 points (+6|-8)
F1 2017 Coming to Linux, submitted: 10/27/2017 4:05:48 PM, 1 points (+2|-1)
Raja Koduri, AMD's Radeon Technologies Group Head, Joins Intel, submitted: 11/8/2017 10:58:41 PM, 1 points (+1|-0)
Western Digital To Begin Shipping Devices Using RISC-V, submitted: 11/28/2017 9:33:00 PM, 4 points (+4|-0)
3 highest rated comments:
Xicronic 0 points 41 points 41 points (+41|-0) ago
Maybe once we're all living in mansions with robot butlers, we can start helping kids from other shitty countries. But I don't want a penny of American money spent on illegals, people breaking our laws that aren't from our culture, community, and sometimes don't even speak our language, to get help when we still have our own problems.
Xicronic 0 points 18 points 18 points (+18|-0) ago
Which companies use Acceptable Ads? The eyeo program named "Acceptable Ads" is used by:
Adblock Plus on desktop and iOS Adblock Browser on iOS and Android AdBlock extensions Crystal on iOS and Android
... So what can be done? Install a better ad blocker. On desktop, uBlock Origin gets my vote as a free, open-source, and reliable browser extension.
*Please Stop Using Adblock / Adblock Plus and Use uBlock Origin
Xicronic 0 points 14 points 14 points (+14|-0) ago
This completely goes against the spirit of the Third Amendment. Nobody, not even the government, gets to barge in, sleep in our houses, or steal our shit!
3 lowest rated comments:
Xicronic 8 points -6 points 2 points (+2|-8) ago
Keep the race card off the table, or we're just as bad as the regressives.
Xicronic 6 points -3 points 3 points (+3|-6) ago
Bait too obvious
Xicronic 2 points -2 points 0 points (+0|-2) ago
I obviously didn't mean "start" as if there are not already monopolies. But if you don't treat every website's traffic equally, you're not going to give startups or companies without special ISP agreements a fair shot at competing with the well-established companies; their websites' slowness will be unappealing to consumers - and so monopolies will form and be maintained.
Start? Do you know that most people only have the internet "option" of DSL tier garbage, high latency satellite, or one cable company servicing a particular area?
If there was actual choice between providers if an ISP tried to pull any fuckery you could literally just switch providers. Can you do that now? Not in most places. Fix the actual problem and the auxiliary problems caused disappear.
I'm surprised you touched on both of these and didn't realize the issue. Of course, yes, in the perfect capitalist society, there would be multiple ISP options, so enforcing net neutrality wouldn't be an issue - after all, you could just switch to a better ISP. But you said it yourself, that's not the case for most people, because laying the infrastructure to give people internet is pretty god damn expensive. So right now, to stop ISPs from being able to abuse most people, it is necessary to regulate and enforce net neutrality.