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Matriculating with safety

The FCC should monitor all matriculating students on the web which websites they visit to help better understand the student body as a whole. The parents of each family should be allowed unlimited privelage on a nuetral web to let their children visit any site whatever, as long as the parent gives permission. With the given information this can be shared with the shcool boards without any objections whatever, unless a ...more »

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Stop Terror

Like all radio was used for communication it is conventional and it is overused now for entertainment. Asthetic creation is controllable in Bonsaie Trees we bend their branches and shape them beautifully, it clip birds wings and we have a pet, it cuts out the bark of dogs and we have quite neighboorhoods. OK, but now about Radio waves and the FCC our Radio waves are going into space forever and into our eyes, ears, and ...more »

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Net Neutrality = Personal American Freedom

I currently live in Cary, North Carolina. The only service provider in my area is Time Warner. I would have to say this is the worst ISP provide in the country. I pay close to 70 dollars a month for internet and on top of that Time Warner limit what websites I can go to an the speed. Even though I pay for the top speed available, they can never provide it. Time Warner also offers VOIP services, but I really do not need ...more »

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Court decision in FCC vs. Comcast case

Comcast just won a court decision against the FCC in a net neutrality case. I think that an ISP does have a right to regulate bandwidth and that the customer has a right to choose a different ISP. Read more on this decision and the FCC response here.

http://blog.broadband.gov/?entryId=356610

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Bitter Network Operators = a skewed view of the regulation

How would an open Internet stifle innovation? Of course the network operators are opposing this regulation because it mostly affects them. These new regulations would actually open up more opportunities, content, applications, and services to the general public, but the operators would have less control over what people could do with the Internet. Currently, there are five companies that own a controlling interest in ...more »

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FCC takes first steps to regulate Broadband Internet

FCC moves to gain more authority over broadband service

 

http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-0618-fcc-broadband-20100618,0,5300272.story

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Are some corporate CEO’s, doctors, lawyers, politicians and scie

By Rick Nauert PhD Senior News Editor Reviewed by John M. Grohol, Psy.D. on July 3, 2006 Are some corporate CEO’s, doctors, lawyers, politicians and scientists psychopaths? The answer could be “yes” if you use a definition which labels individuals who are often intelligent and highly charismatic, but display a chronic inability to feel guilt, remorse or anxiety about any of their actions. Tack on the use of violence ...more »

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keep it 'free' in the truest sense of the term

As you know, nearly all individuals who access the Internet, pay for the privilege. Since this is the case, and the fact is Not contested, it is disturbing to hear some of the 'proposals' from the Big Telcos. Access should be uninhibited. If any consumer has a Home PC, or Home Network, with hardware capable of and configured to afford the maximum Through Put which their ISP is capable of offering, then they should be ...more »

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Re-classify Limited Access Providers

ISPs, IACs and carriers which choose to filter destinations, protocols, keywords or to throttle normal traffic, could be re-classified as "Select Media Access Providers". Select Media Access Providers should be excluded from government programs, funding, preferences, protections or any other publicly funded initiative aimed at enhancing access to the public Internet for citizens. Discrimination of content dilutes ...more »

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Looking for better documentation on actual proposal

I am reading the NPRM published here: http://hraunfoss.fcc.gov/edocs_public/attachmatch/FCC-09-93A1.pdf It is supposed to be 200 pages but I only see 107. I think before we decide to pass legislation on this we should understand exactly what is being proposed. Almost all the comments on here I have seen amount to "open internet is good, I vote yes" but nobody seems to be looking at the actual specific items and deciding ...more »

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Ban the use of DOCSIS in throttling user speeds.

The use of the software tool known as DOCSIS needs to be banned. This was partly at the heart of the Comcast issue of 2008, outed in 2007 when it was discovered that Comcast was slowing down a customer's downloading of legal Bittorrent files, such as from major video houses, online. Comcast was sending out fake 'download failed' error messages, and the user being none the wiser initially, closed the download. But he ...more »

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