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FCC Gets 27,063 Comments on Network Neutrality

To date, the FCC has posted 27,063 comments it has received from the Citizens of the United States about its Network Neutrality NOI, aka Broadband Industry Practices WC Docket No. 07-52 [.doc, .pdf]. The first hundred are here, with links to the rest.

The FCC has one of the least user-friendly sites on the Internet. Thanks to Sean Donelan, Fred Goldstein and Mark Cooper for helping me find the comments!

My comment, describing one small piece of the elephant, is posted on my blog, but I have no idea where it is on the FCC Web site.

The FCC must collect comments, but it doesn’t have any requirement to pay attention to them. We can, though, and we can quote from the good ones, send them to our congress-folks, etc. Tim Karr, over at savetheitheinternet.com says the comments are running 20:1 in favor of Network Neutrality.

Now I’m going to settle in and read a few.

By David Isenberg, Principal Prosultant(sm), isen.com, LLC

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