Creating it's own thread because talking about it in the context of "Dumb Political Correctness" doesn't make any sense. My hope is that we can agree on that. The FCC is making another change that will impact you rural consumers. They think our requirements to serve "Broadband" to rural customers are too stringent. In turn, they are proposing a reduction in speed requirements. They'll vote on the rule in February but here is the gist: This is analogous to lowering graduation criteria so more students graduate. On a different note, Comcast's announced investment in infrastructure for 2018 will match their 2017 and 2016 investments. Oh, several states are now passing their on Net Neutrality laws with California, Washington and Nebraska leading the way.