FCC, really serious about Internet for everyone, serious about listening to you

FCC, really serious about Internet for everyone, serious about listening to you

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Hey, we now have an Administration which is serious about sharing the power that the Internet enables in all citizens. That's means getting real about the Internet for real life for all Americans, whether it means helping people get jobs, or connecting a deployed troop connected to the family back home.

The deal is that the FCC has a real plan for broadband Internet that treats everyone fairly, without favoring special interests.

So, next week, they announce their plan, and will step up and answer your questions.

Here's the info, at “The Internet in America”—Your YouTube Interview with FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski:


Following the announcement of the National Broadband Plan next Tuesday, YouTube will interview Chairman Genachowski as part of a series of in-person interviews with government leaders answering your questions. Check out the latest You Tube Interview with President Obama here.

Join the discussion at Citizen Tube and submit your question for Chairman Genachowski via Google Moderator today. You can also vote on the best questions in any of seven topic areas:

  • Access and Affordability
  • Mobile and Wireless
  • Security and Privacy
  • Digital Economy
  • Internet in Schools
  • Open Internet / Network Neutrality
  • Others (learn more at Broadband.gov)
  • The deadline for questions is Sunday evening at midnight on the west coast.

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