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June 12, 2009 by erte2 on erte2
Cable Group Turns Net Neutrality Around Over ISP Access Fees

 

Here's an issue that will probably keep the telecom lawyers growling at each other for just a decade or so. The American Cable Association has asked the Federal Communications Commission to stop Internet video content providers from charging ISPs wholesale access fees to their sites "at discriminatory rates, terms and conditions." The ACA filed their request as feedback in the agency's proceeding on its National Broadband ...
When you go about securing a car loan the vehicle itself is used as the collateral on the car loan which is what makes the secured car loan itself. The car finance company online that you end up going with will then loan you the finances for the car based upon the cars current value at the time of the loan based upon the loan value of the car. This loan value will usually be about seventy five to eighty percent of the actual retail cost of the car itself. There is an answer to why this is the ca...
January 11, 2008 by praxydsoza on Auto Loan
When you consider purchasing a new car, a lot of us usually do not have the money laying around to pay for it straight up. As a result, an auto loan in America becomes a needed thing. There are lots of things that you should know before going after an Auto Loan in the USA. First off, realize that there is a great opportunity that is waiting for you on the internet, which is an online car loan. There are a lot of companies that offer online car loan, and with just a little bit of research, you w...
August 15, 2006 by UrbanHotList on Fighting Speeding Ticket
Your best chance to beat the ticket is when the officer fails to appear in court. You can cross-examine him if he does show. But, how do i beat a speeding ticket in court? Don’t testify if there is no jury and don’t make an opening statement. Provide as little as possible information until it is your turn to cross-examine the witness. Question the officer about the correct procedure to handle the radar or laser unit, when it was calibrated, about the weather conditions, and traffic flow. You...
July 6, 2005 by JillUser on More than just Mommy
We have a leased Chevy Venture and are looking for a new minivan when our lease is up in November.  I liked the Venture except it has a dog of an engine and my husband wants one with a navigation system and dynamic cruise control.  I have done some research online and so far the only minivan that has the navigation system, dynamic cruise and optional 8 passenger seating is the Toyota Sienna. 

Does anyone out there own a Sienna?  If so, how do you like it?  If not, do...
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