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3 hours ago, NYrepublican said:

Americans only,do you support net neutrality?

So, the Internet is an American-only institution now, and only the U.S. Government has conflicting (internally and externally) policies about meddling with it?

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22 hours ago, Patine said:

So, the Internet is an American-only institution now, and only the U.S. Government has conflicting (internally and externally) policies about meddling with it?

I don't know about the internet policies of other nations.

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2 minutes ago, NYrepublican said:

I don't know about the internet policies of other nations.

Also, living in Canada, I have a VERY vested interest in U.S. Internet law, as 85% of Canadian Internet traffic passes through U.S. servers at some point. Another reason your exclusion on opinions by nationality in this issue annoyed me.

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Just now, Patine said:

Also, living in Canada, I have a VERY vested interest in U.S. Internet law, as 85% of Canadian Internet traffic passes through U.S. servers at some point. Another reason your exclusion on opinions by nationality in this issue annoyed me.

I added in "if you support equivalent measures in your own country."

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2 hours ago, Patine said:

Also, living in Canada, I have a VERY vested interest in U.S. Internet law, as 85% of Canadian Internet traffic passes through U.S. servers at some point. Another reason your exclusion on opinions by nationality in this issue annoyed me.

 

2 hours ago, NYrepublican said:

I added in "if you support equivalent measures in your own country."

Yes please Patine, chill with that.

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why did I make this a closed poll? well, whatever, fixed. Now I can try to beat the nazis as England in the desert fox scenario in HOI3 and totally overextend my supply lines to death.

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7 minutes ago, NYrepublican said:

why did I make this a closed poll? well, whatever, fixed. Now I can try to beat the nazis as England in the desert fox scenario in HOI3 and totally overextend my supply lines to death.

HOI4 is much better

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1 minute ago, jvikings1 said:

HOI4 is much better

1.I like complexity over simplicity.

2.All the mods and stuff are already done for HOI3.

3.I just recovered the steam account I got the game on 4 years ago.

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3 minutes ago, NYrepublican said:

1.I like complexity over simplicity.

2.All the mods and stuff are already done for HOI3.

3.I just recovered the steam account I got the game on 4 years ago.

Has the crash bug been fixed?

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Just now, NYrepublican said:

for me it hasn't crashed but I set it to auto-save weekly just in case.

If it does, it usually happens about 3 hours of consecutive play.

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12 minutes ago, ThePotatoWalrus said:

Lmao. If I want better internet access and have the money to afford it, I should be able to get it. 

Net neutrality says that all data you access must be treated equally by the ISP. allowing them to speed up access to various sites allows them to also slow traffic down to less popular sites.

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what are net neutrality?? without government intervence?in brazil left win partys passed ''marco civil'' are one law to control and censury if people critic government principally PT and others bolivarians,at all for moviments of brazililian politics are only one venezuela not official

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5 minutes ago, victorraiders said:

what are net neutrality?? without government intervence?in brazil left win partys passed ''marco civil'' are one law to control and censury if people critic government principally PT and others bolivarians,at all for moviments of brazililian politics are only one venezuela not official

see below.they have censoring laws in Brazil?

9 minutes ago, NYrepublican said:

Net neutrality says that all data you access must be treated equally by the ISP. allowing them to speed up access to various sites allows them to also slow traffic down to less popular sites.

 

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