Webcams for a person to person conversation on the internet, no fees of yet, but? But the government should buy in bulk and use this. Small cost, big benefits. No more letters or e-mails, just a person to person talk on WebCams. (Also no phones with broadband and DSL) The internets future.
Plain and simple, the FCC should... more »
This seems like another example of our government
solving non-existent problems?
I don't see what you guys are talking about.. I get everywhere I want to get, don't you?
No site has ever blocked me (that I know of). I changed ISP's a couple times and did not have
problems there either.. I do not see what is wrong with this system now.. I just don't.
The people that pay for the site(property) should have control over their site not the government.
Should they not?
I mean it is... more »
If by free you mean 'of no cost', then it will be free only to those who do not pay taxes. Why punish those who contribute to reward those that do not?
If you mean free as in the classic sense of freedom, wouldn't imposing FCC regulation be the complete opposite?
1) Truth in Advertising.
a) A consumer expects that if a service advertised at XXX speed, that service is a guaranteed speed across the service providers network up to Interconnecting Networks.
b) Services advertised shall not be limited unless clearly stated in the service agreement. Services advertised as 'unlimited' will not have... more »
I realize the government bureaucracy will always think that the solution to every problem is more government bureaucracy. The government bureaucrat is unaccountable to the consumer and to the voter. The government bureaucracy has no incentive to do anything other than to perpetuate itself.... more »
I believe a free and open internet should be preserved. No government, be it the United States, or any other, should have the power or right to control the flow of ideas and knowledge. No government should have the right to monitor, block, or otherwise regulate the flow of ideas and knowledge through any communication medium. Free speech, freedom of expression, right to protest, and the right to speculate,... more »
any attempt to control the flow of information by the government is an unacceptable attack on the first amendment
If we are honest about what the internet actually does we see that it radically improves the quality and efficiency of communication. That being the case it will quickly make... more »