In a malicious manner, @Comcast did TCP reset attacks on their own customers. Third party telecommunications packet sequences were intercepted, then tampered with. After intercepting third party data, Comcast forged packets, then injected said forged packets into the
original data sequence. Their injected packet was an automatic TCP reset packet. It was injected at the beginning of third-party packet sequences. After injected the @Comcast packet was then analyzed by Comcast's customer’s firewalls.
Dec 20, 2017 • 11 tweets • 13 min read
0s and 1s commonly create speech that courts use -- that means precedence is set. #Code is speech -- they're languages made of bits! Point being, ISPs shouldn't be allowed to deny computer speech from being seen by others. #NetNeutrality
Evidence in thread:
#NetNeutrality Evidence case 1: Bradley v. State: @Facebook evidence used to ID assailants and other witnesses. Its compelling because translated bits were used to ID people. It proves third party intermediary bits translated into media are used by courts. scholar.google.com/scholar_case?c…