Keeping the Net a level playing ground, trying to play fair

Keeping the Net a level playing ground, trying to play fair

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"Net neutrality" is hard to explain, but a bunch of folks are standing up for America.

Here's a letter we sent to the FCC:

For most of the Internet’s history, FCC rules have ensured that
consumers have been able to choose the content and services they want
over their Internet connections. Entrepreneurs, technologists, and
venture capitalists have previously been able to develop new online
products and services with the guarantee of neutral, nondiscriminatory
access by users, which has fueled an unprecedented era of economic
growth and creativity. Existing businesses have been able to leverage
the power of the Internet to develop innovative product lines, reach
new consumers, and create new ways of doing business.

An open Internet fuels a competitive and efficient marketplace,
where consumers make the ultimate choices about which products succeed
and which fail. This allows businesses of all sizes, from the smallest
startup to larger corporations, to compete, yielding maximum economic
growth and opportunity.

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Sarah Mercedes

Define irony: Trying to uphold the right when there is nothing to gain but a founding principle which is the primary reason for success but principle lacks more and more each day–Doomsday 2012 might be too late. The quality of humans beings is rapidly decreasing.

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