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How many terrible anti-net neutrality videos are going to be made?

The astroturf group claims that they made the short film to show the "dark future of government Internet regulators dropping into homes."
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February 9, 2015
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Last week, we reported on a wireless industry group’s laughably bad attempt at making an anti-Title II video. In it, the CTIA (the wireless industry’s lobbying arm with members including AT&T and Verizon) made their case for wireless carriers being exempt from any net neutrality rules with cringe-worthy fake actors and utterly debunked stats.

This week, we have an industry-funded group trying their hand at making a terrible anti-net neutrality video. The astroturf group (meaning a group set up and paid for by a company) claims that they made the short film to show the “dark future of government Internet regulators dropping into homes.”

Now, from what I can see in the video, the point is that the government is interrupting a woman from romancing the handsome cable guy. So, they are using the porn angle for their net neutrality argument?

Honestly, I am not sure what other point is made here that is supposed to persuade people that net neutrality is somehow a bad thing.