This "net neutrality" debate hinges on whether the
Friday marks an important date for you to share your opinion. That's when the
The period was supposed to close Tuesday, but so many people were -- yes -- using the Internet to weigh in, the
Upon closing and review of these comments, another public comment opportunity will open when the
Understandably, interest is high both for the mega-sized providers and, more importantly, the mega millions of small businesses, organizations and entrepreneurs that face an uneven playing field under potential "preferred access" deals.
Look no further than
--The Internet should be free from censorship, discrimination and anti-competitive behavior, protected by simple and enforceable rules that ensure a consumer's equal access to content they want.
--Broadband subscribers should get the bandwidth they are paying for -- content should be treated equally, without degradations in speed or quality. No artificial slow lanes.
--No matter how users choose to connect to the Internet, net neutrality rules should apply universally on wireless and wired networks.
Agree? Disagree? Jump on the Internet by Friday to share your views with
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