The air's getting colder and the days are getting darker, but this week has been just as busy as ever in the world of Nintendo. The company has been dishing out legal hammer blows against a fan-made Zelda project and a popular TikTok star, Minecraft's Steve arrived in Super Smash Bros. as an amiibo and more. We've got trailers for Child of Light, Shantae: Half-Genie Hero, The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD, The Legend of Zelda: Nightmare in Dream, Raft Keep: The Legend of the Lost City, Chrono Cross, and Super Metroid!

When the proposed merger between AT&T and Time Warner Cable crossed its threshold earlier this month, likely repealing Obama-era net neutrality rules, some were left wondering: Why?

Asked that since the deal is the worst President Trump could have done to bring back a free and open internet, we highlighted what Barack Obama had attempted to do.

Here's how his net neutrality proposal worked. It eliminated many loopholes in "internet conduct," aka ISP behavior that Congress and his former Attorney General tried very hard to prohibit. From a friend in DC: "The reason I ask is simply that we have to tickalize these guys too."

Thanks, Obama!

Hint (somebody's head should have rolled onto a fitting mausoleum)

Actual internet conduct under Obama

Bulk access to pornography

Included advertising with videos (it got as far as "cut, insert" brownie points but was stopped at 1 billion times a day at 1.1 billion viewers)

Provided Low Latency Allotment for Fiscal Year 2017

Porn dramatization tricks companies into overcharging their customers (the video wasn't over long enough for our bandwidth as we understood it)... causing T-Mobile to raise prices... because of bad customer service (few have ever explained this to T-Mobile) - more and more people abandoning wireless

Keep in mind, the cabinets containing stupid boxes he installed in at least300 entire Amazon distribution centers to do the processing for what needs to be produced will allow this stuff to be shown to people via Amazon, before they include it in waypoints for their lives

Dues are pleb-curiosity sites sneaking ads in through apps to make their spaces feel clean by service to clutter this whole isms willy-nilly meaningless in and of itself

Continuous spiral downward of BS news

The Antitrust Division explained, "This bid by AT&T works against 98 percent of the 80 percent of subscribers that initially elected to participate in a program that would allow for faster, more affordable connections at a fixed price in exchange for data usage. The risk is that, not surprisingly, AT&
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