FCC Extends Comments On Open Access For Broadband And Fast Lanes

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The FCC is extending the period to comment on Open Access. If you’ve not commented or never commented, here is your chance to participate in the process.

You have till midnight Friday July 18th to send your comments to OpenInternet@fcc.gov. Comments will be placed in the public record.

Need to have more information before you comment? Here are some great quick sites. Pick your most trusted news source.

  • New York Times article (with a great video): “F.C.C. Begins Investigation into Quality of Internet Download Speeds”
  • Washington Post article (with another great video): “What the Heck Is Net Neutrality?”
  • Wall Street Journal article: “FCC Backs Spectrum Open Access”

What would you say? You can comment on any or all of the top 3 issues.

Should some companies be able to pay extra to have their content delivered over a faster connection? (like Netflix over Comcast)

Should broadband companies be treated like the traditional phone company from a regulatory standpoint?

Should mobile broadband be treated the same as landline broadband?

This issue impacts just about everyone who uses the internet. It’s worth your time to comment.

Source: SAP Innovation

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