If you like tech and you like sports, it’s hard not to like Mark Cuban: the straight-shooting Dallas Mavericks owner wins championships, builds companies and fights patent trolls all while maintaining a down-to-earth attitude with fans and the public. That’s why it’s so disappointing to hear his views on net neutrality.
Speaking at a BusinessInsider event in New York, Cuban doubled down on a recent Twitter rant in which he likened the FCC’s proposed broadband regulation to some sort of socialist dystopia.
“We’re seeing competition, but everyone is like ‘the big ISPs are going to fuck everyone,’” said Cuban, who argued on Monday that the public is better off waiting for competition between broadband providers than running the risks of regulation.
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