Thursday, June 14, 2007

June 15 deadline for public comments on network neutrality bills or rules to FCC

I got an email this morning from Freedom Works, with a message that the deadline for public comments to the Federal Communications Commission is Friday, June 15, 2007. The link is here: There is a 500 word maximum for the individual's own public comment in the script box.

The email and associated links do point out that network neutrality legislation could interfere with setting up networks and communications services for specialized services (like health care and medical records) where they may be economic justification for preferred communications channels.

The email also says, “take action to stop”. It is signed by Dick Armey

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