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The Enternet was telecommunications on day one! Classifying these telecommunications as anything... read more

RE: Breaking down the FCC’s proposal to destroy net neutrality - 4 days 3 hours ago

1. The majority of real comments will always support treating (enter-net) wires and mobile access... read more

RE: FCC Reopens Net Neutrality Debate, Seeking “Substantive” Public Comment - 1 week 6 hours ago

The zero rating of ISP owned streaming websites is unfair competition and violates anti-trust laws. read more

RE: A Trump FCC advisor’s proposal for bringing free Internet to poor people - 1 week 2 days ago

The (enter-net) is and always was a Title II common carrier of telecommunications though treated... read more

RE: Senator Harris (D-CA) Statement on FCC Vote to Repeal Net Neutrality - 1 week 2 days ago

This rule sounds decent in addressing everyone online. The rule/Act will be overturned for edge... read more

RE: Rep Blackburn bill would extend privacy rules to Google & Facebook - 1 week 2 days ago

Paige Agostin does NOT understand Title II or basic high school economics. How on earth did she... read more

RE: Trump's FCC chief is right to roll back net neutrality rule - 2 weeks 6 days ago

Truth and Chairman Ajit Pai are complete strangers. Chairman Ajit Pai might start his lies from... read more

RE: The Truth About Net Neutrality and Infrastructure Investment - 2 weeks 6 days ago

I seriously doubt there was a denial pf service attack on FCC ECFS. There was likely simply too... read more

RE: Statement by FCC CIO on Denial-of-Service Attack on FCC Comment System - 2 weeks 6 days ago

Democracy operates on public opinion polls. The Chairman has already inappropriately influenced... read more

RE: Here’s What Comes Next in the Fight to Save Net Neutrality - 3 weeks 6 days ago

It is fairly clear Congress created an independent agency with responsibility for interstate... read more

RE: FCC's Pai Backs Congressional Clarification on Internet Authority - 4 weeks 1 day ago

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