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Sunday, April 15, 2007

Net Neutrality is like freedom: a useless thing when you have an empy belly.

"In a much celebrated remark, a senior Bush administration aide told journalist Ron Suskind: "When we act, we create our own reality. And while you're studying that reality, we'll act again, creating other new realities." But with the democratisation of publishing, creating new realities is now a game that everyone can play."

And that is when Google comes into the scene.
We have a saying "No leaf moves unless Google wants it."

And it is dramathically true.
You can create as many realities as you want and like, but if you are not indexed, how can the OTHERS know?
Net neutrality is a great thing.
It is like freedom, the most important issue of our life.
But what do you do with freedom with an empty belly?
The same as you do with Net Neutrality when nobody hears your voice on the NET.

It is not important the NEWS, what is important is WHO lets you know about the NEWS.
That is WHERE the power is and where Net Neutrality is worth nothing.
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