Their customer base is literally dozens of people.I absolutely HATE it when publicly traded companies make political statements. Pisses off half their customer base (usually including me). And half the time, these things backfire among the liberals they are trying to impress. All-white Skittles, anyone?
It's their first chess move that starts the Fast Food Wars of 2025. But we all know that Taco Bell will win.Burger King is now trying to become a PAC instead of a restaurant(no so good of one to begin with). Well they can keep their garbage so far as I am concerned. Will never eat there again, period.
its hyperbole to the maximum order and it ignores where a lot of the real problems lie, which is local government regulations that hurt the building of infrastructure. there are pros and cons to both arguments, we'd all be better off if the government got the fuck out of the way to build out more capable infrastructure.I mean it's not ENTIRELY wrong, but it at least gives the uninformed users of the internets a general idea of what removing net neutrality COULD end up like.