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.
I see a lot of anti-neutrality posts on here which is quite counter to the general all-around support I find for Net Neutrality. I know that the few companies that monopolize the industry are spending a fortune on fighting this including hired bloggers.... more »
a) Stop big cable and phone companies from blocking or discriminating against chosen content.
Net discrimination will disproportionally impact the poor, communities of color, women, and all other groups for whom the digital divide is already a barrier.
b) Stop big cable and phone companies from creating an Internet where access... more »
IDEA PREMISE: An open, free and non-commercially controlled internet goes hand-in-hand with access to un-skewed factual information, which is an absolute necessity as our current level of civilization enters another of our ancient Earth’s episodic global upheavals.
IDEA ARGUMENT: Just as fighting disease epidemics or terrorism require fast,... more »
STAND UP FOR INTERNET NEUTRALITY! Corporate control is bad for democracy.
I have been using the internet since 1998 and have NEVER had a problem finding ANYTHING I've searched for. I have NEVER been blocked from posting anything. I pay a reasonable fee for wireless internet. Internet is NOT a right. The government already gives free internet at every library. The government ALWAYS oversteps its bounds and would do so in regulating the internet.
Dear Julius Genachowski,
Verizon and Google have unveiled a framework for net neutrality policy that would harm the openness and freedom that have led to the tremendous growth of the Internet.
I strongly urge you to reject this plan, and to the listen to the voices of me and millions of consumers who are demanding strong net neutrality protections.
Today the Internet serves as our... more »
I hope you realize that if you intend to use a scale model for internet access, many people that work for local cable companies will lose the job they have for many people wont want a fast modem that does surf the net freely.