Petition FCC voters to grant a public discussion on Net Neutrality before final vote
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The FCC plans a final vote before the end of 2017 on the repeal of Net Neutrality protections which place ISPs under “Title II” of the Communications Act of 1934.
Recent public polls indicate that a majority of people of varying political and business backgrounds are in support of Net Neutrality:
We the signatories propose that the FCC leadership grant time for public discussion on Net Neutrality before the final vote. In doing so they would demonstrate that they respect and treat seriously the outcome of the recent public polls.
In granting the courtesy of a public discussion, members of the public may duly have their questions and concerns addressed, in a format which would appropriately allow for open discourse.
We simply request for each member of the FCC who will cast a vote on this issue to allocate time before the vote to attend a discussion with members of the public.
We call on each FCC member to suggest a suitable location, time, and medium (be it internet based, or in-person), to have this discussion.
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