It's funny how Wombat was explaining the Net Neutrality thing poorly and then his second example explained it correctly.
Net Neutrality means Internet traffic is neutral, there is no preference for one data, stream, etc. over another.
Essentially with Net Neutrality struck down, if you cancel your cable TV package and then start streaming Netflix or Hulu to watch "your stories", your ISP can just decide to block all your streaming, for any reason, and may be likely to do so if they know they are your only possible broadband option.
In the past, it was illegal for them to do so (or they could say your data plan is for "only the first XXGB" of data). In the past, you could get a credit if you complained that your Internet was down or slow.
Now, if your router can ping Google, your Internet is "working" and you will always be paying regardless of use. #thanksObama
I like the podcast but man sometimes it's so maddening how you guys love to talk about things that you only seem to tangentially know or care about (especially last cagcast with the PA thing).
I can understand why you may want to avoid gaming news to prevent spoiling yourself from games you are looking forward to but it's also then funny that you want to do a gaming podcast ... and don't play the industry's most antipated games ... and then bag a bit on indie games.
But I have to fill my driving commute with something I guess so ... keep up the good work?
Also regarding Gone Home,
I can understand why some folks felt "spoiled" by Cheapy's comments regarding the gay sister but honestly making that the twist "she was gaaayy alll along!!!" reveal in a game coming out in 2013 is so anachronistic it's silly.
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