In an age of electronic communication, defense of our liberties depends on open means of interconnection. This cannot occur when the internet, a vital link in the process, is under the control of special interests. Without open access we will perish.
The open net has helped to create a whole new category of small businesses that would not exist if they had to compete for bandwidth against big companies with deep... more »
It causes a situation where every internet provider and website must snoop on every single bit of communication to make sure it is legal.
The writers of the rule have good intentions, but the result of having that clause in there will have a chilling effect on the internet that has never happened before.
Today, a judge actually made... more »
This is why it needs protection from the companies like Comcast that are currently monopolizing our access to the internet. The US could have some of... more »
a few years ago, the phone companies were only allowed to lay cables, and could not be in the tv business. they complained that they couldn't compete with cable companies who could sell cable connections,... more »
There cannot be any jailed and/or locked devices. they must all adhere to all the public protocols any user would like to use. I'm talking to you Apple and AT&T.
There should be a vast swath of beachfront bandwidth allocated to free multi-way service.
If there were such a swath of bandwidth, then anybody anywhere should be able to add to the national information... more »
To improve the life of the... more »
Those who have worked in this industry can verify that there are lots of ways... more »
Normally competition will force these companies to provide better service at reduced costs. However... more »
The more that government is kept out of our daily lives, the better we all are. The ONLY role government should be allowed to participate in our lives is to provide a good road system throughout our country and to protect our borders from any foreign intrusion. That is it- nothing else.
Do not forget, this administration, as the others before it since about the 1950s, are in the hands... more »
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