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Utilitarianism

Utilitarianism is often used in conjunction with the term “consequentialism”. This is the belief that all that determines an action’s morality is action’s consequences. Utilitarian’s also believe that a “moral” act increases happiness the most, for the most number of people. [1] There are two main theories of Utilitarianism: act-Utilitarianism

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The Weekly Standard’s ICC Nonsense

Not so recently, Jeremy Rabkin wrote an article for the conservative paper “The Weekly Standard”. The Weekly Standard is mainly composed of individuals from conservative think tanks such as the American Enterprise Institute, the Ethics and Public Policy Institute, and the Foundation for Defense of Democracies. All of these institutions

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Ajit Pai: Either an Impossibly Misinformed Idiot, or a Willfully Ignorant Liar

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has announced his plan to remove ISPs from Title II regulation. The current Title II regulations establish that the internet is a public utility, and therefore service cannot be regulated, in the manner that websites cannot receive preferential loading speed, or service otherwise. In arguing for the

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