Mark Zuckerberg Sued Native Hawaiians For Their Own Land | Direct From With Dena Takruri – AJ+

Here’s what I don’t like to see. .so much culture appropriation 

Cheating, misuse, misguidance and trickery to gain anothers identity or culture; has to stop! Its one thing to admire something, but to deface it entirely is criminal.

These people would lose their way of life. .when it’s their way of life that makes it life there.

I look at it and see someone moves into your house, and doesn’t let you live there but cheats your ownership from you. Zuckerberg didn’t “invent” Facebook he cheated some other people out of their hard work and used it solo. It makes me never want to use Facebook again- while I don’t have a personal page. He should try the same thing at Israel and see if they take kindly to it. 

There’s a place in hell for people who trick other people knowingly regarding the matter wouldn’t resolve amicably 

Net Neutrality phase 2

I support Title II net neutrality rules and I urge you to oppose the FCC’s plan to repeal them #lifestyleblog #netneutrality #titleII #callcongress #defendinternet #fcc

Net Neutrality is important because without research we won’t be a country of actions realized, our backbone is on progression and innovation without either of those things there will be chaos like holocaustal situations with no bearing to the truth. Net Neutrality for life! 

Net neutrality is the principle that Internet providers like Comcast & Verizon should not control what we see and do online. In 2015, startups, Internet freedom groups, and 3.7 million commenters won strong net neutrality rules from the US Federal Communication Commission (FCC). The rules prohibit Internet providers from blocking, throttling, and paid prioritization—”fast lanes” for sites that pay, and slow lanes for everyone else. Nearly everyone who understands and depends on the Internet supports net neutrality, whether they’re startup founders, activists, gamers, politicians, investors, comedians, YouTube stars, or typical Internet users who just want their Internet to work as advertised—regardless of their political party. But don’t take our word for it. Ask around, or watch some of these videos. 
Cable companies are famous for high prices and poor service. Several rank as the most hated companies in America. Now, they’re lobbying the FCC and Congress to end net neutrality. Why? It’s simple: if they win the power to slow sites down, they can bully any site into paying millions to escape the “slow lane.” This would amount to a tax on every sector of the American economy. Every site would cost more, since they’d all have to pay big cable. Worse, it would extinguish the startups and independent voices who can’t afford to pay. If we lose net neutrality, the Internet will never be the same. 

On July 12, 2017, thousands of us are protesting to defend Internet freedom.