FCC wants input on net neutrality (Open Internet)

The EFF defines net neutrality as “Internet service providers (ISPs) should treat all data that travels over their networks equally.”  I strongly support this position!

The FCC wants to continue to hear from Americans across the country about the proposed rules for the Open Internet (net neutrality). There is an extended four-month public comment period opened on May 15 – 60 days (until July 15) to submit initial comments and another 57 days (until September 10) for reply comments.

Information from May 15, 2014 meeting is here: http://www.fcc.gov/events/open-commission-meeting-may-2014 .

Video about Net Neutrality: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FFmaOl2WuRU

ALA Web Site about Net Neutrality: http://www.ala.org/advocacy/telecom/netneutrality

Electronic Frontier Foundation: https://www.eff.org/issues/net-neutrality

If you want to send an e-mail response to the FCC about the proposed rules you can do so via e-mail at: openinternet@fcc.gov .

You can also file a comment using the FCC Electronic Comment Filing System (Proceeding 14-28 refers to the Protecting and Promoting the Open Internet proposal):
http://apps.fcc.gov/ecfs/upload/display?z=42vij

You can read the already filed comments at:
http://apps.fcc.gov/ecfs/comment_search/execute?proceeding=14-28

This post is partly based on email from Robert Hubsher.

 

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