Via PC World today:
September 02, 2010 6:18 AM
FCC Takes Net Neutrality to Court of Public Opinion (Again)
By Tony Bradley, PC World
The FCC has opened the next chapter in the debate over net neutrality with a new Notice of Inquiry seeking public comments and feedback on specific aspects of the proposed rules. Net neutrality advocates, however, are becoming increasingly frustrated with the FCC dragging its feet rather than implementing change.
The new FCC inquiry is in pursuit of specific feedback to clarify opinion on a couple of "under-developed issues" that came up during the negotiations with the ISPs and broadband industry, and as a result of the controversial Google-Verizon proposal. Specifically, the FCC wants input to get consensus on the concept of "specialized services" and application of net neutrality to wireless broadband service.
The electronic filing process is fairly simple - see page 6 of this PDF.
Here's the link for the e-file. (International comments are accepted.)
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