Petition to Gene Dodaro
FCC comply with the GAO
At the request of the U.S. Congress, in 2012 the U.S. General Accountability Office (GAO) conducted an investigation and issued a report, "Exposure and Testing Requirements for Mobile Phones Should Be Reassessed" (GAO 12-771). The report made two recommendations to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the agency in the Department of Commerce responsible for ensuring cell phone safety: (1) formally reassess the exposure limit for radio frequency radiation and change the limit if appropriate; and (2) reassess the adequacy of cell phone testing requirements, particularly when phones are held next to the body, and update testing requirements as appropriate. Since 2012, the GAO routinely contacted the FCC to determine whether the FCC implemented the GAO's recommendations. Since the FCC has provided no specific plans to comply, in 2019 the GAO closed out the investigation reporting that the FCC failed to implement the GAO's recommendations regarding cell phone exposure limits and testing requirements. The FCC's exposure limits and testing procedures adopted in 1996 are considered inadequate to protect human health by most scientists who publish research on the effects of non-ionizing electromagnetic fields on biology and health. We, the citizens of the United States of America, demand that the FCC comply with the GAO. We also demand that the GAO continue to bring the FCC to task and ask them to comply.
Petition to United States Supreme Court
Save Net Neutrality!
The Federal Communications Commission voted on Thursday to dismantle landmark rules regulating the businesses that connect consumers to the internet, granting broadband companies the power to potentially reshape Americans’ online experiences. This will greatly affect start-ups, live streamers, and regular people like you. WHAT IS NET NEUTRALITY?Net neutrality prevents ISP's(Internet service providers) from giving preferential treatment to some people. For Example, For example, if someone launched a petition on Change.org against a company like Verizon, Net Neutrality prevents Verizon from blocking or slowing their customers’ access to our site. Without Net Neutrality, ISPs can choose what you see online, favoring some sources or blocking others. This means that big cable companies will have room to charge extra fees, block and censor users -- by removing ISPs from Title II of the Communications Act, a rule that means ISPs are subjected to tougher regulations that prevent them blocking sites, creating paid “fast” lanes, and throttling internet speeds. Basically, Net Neutrality prevents ISPs from creating paid “fast lanes” that would give faster delivery of content to companies who can afford to pay more. This would have a big effect on normal people and small business owners. 80% on Americans- Including 75% of Republicans- do NOT support the repeal of Net Neutrality. Join these numbers, and make your voice heard.
Petition to Consumer Technology Association, CES
Ban Ajit Pai from CES 2018 SuperSession
Ban Ajit Pai from a SuperSession Conversation at the Consumer Technology show on january 9 2018 as he does not represent anyone on current Consumer Technology. https://www.ces.tech/Conference/ConferenceProgram/Conference-Tracks/SuperSessions.aspx
Petition to Donald J. Trump, Donald J. Trump, Ajit Pai, Federal Communications Commission, Donald Trump, U.S. Senate
We The People Demand That FCC Chairman Ajit Pai Resign!!
We, the people of the United States of America, are requesting the swift resignation of FCC Chairman Ajit Pai. Of the 23.5 million comments left with the FCC regarding net neutrality, 98.5% of the unique comments strictly opposed Chairman Pai’s anti-Title II plan. An analysis performed back in November estimated that more than 7.75 million comments on the FCC’s website were also linked to fake email addresses generated by FakeMailGenerator.com. In addition to that discovery, more than 400,000 came from Russian email addresses. *To find out if your name was fraudulently used in the abuse of the FCC’s public process, click here. The same Russian schemes that interfered with our presidential election process were also at play in the corruption of the FCC’s public process. The threat to end net neutrality isn’t only about telecom corporations profiting hand over fist. This is also another rung on Trump’s ladder in his rise to dictatorship. Donald Trump has openly, and quite vehemently, waged war against the free press for refusing to engage in his gaslighting tactics and his appointment of Ajit Pai as FCC Chairman is yet another bullet in the chamber—waiting to be fired. Killing net neutrality makes Trump, the FCC and their bed-buddies at the largest telecom corporations in the nation, a force to be reckoned with. The rollback of net neutrality would be a violation of our First Amendment in that telecom corporations would have full carte blanche to exercise prioritization of content; using algorithmic functions that amplify their interests over the people’s. This is nothing more than censorship re-branded. While exiling consumers into lower tiers of access, the rollback of net neutrality gives telecom giants the authority to block access to free information that could potentially expose corrupt systems. Despite the alarming discoveries of corruption within the FCC’s public process, the real threat of citizen censorship and plans to deny access to free information— Pai has blatantly disregarded our concerns while moving forward with his plan. Ajit Pai’s role as FCC chairman is also a direct conflict of interest. According to the leadership guidelines posted on the FCC’s website; none of it’s commissioners can have a financial interest in any commission-related business. As the former lawyer for Verizon Communications Inc, Pai is carrying out their bidding through his recent appointment as FCC chairman. Over the past 9 years, Verizon along with Comcast, AT&T, and the National Cable and Telecommunications Association spent $572 million lobbying federal lawmakers to support their interests surrounding net neutrality. Not only was Ajit Pai on their payroll, he stands to benefit from his proposed plan, (assuming he isn’t currently) once his term is up. He is the plant, shill, and puppet to the telecom gods. What makes matters worse is that Pai’s plan lacks real regulatory guidelines and depends on an ‘honor system’. As outlined in his plan, the repeal would switch regulatory authority from the FCC to the Federal Trade Commission, even though the FTC’s chairman said the agency lacks the expertise, authority, and manpower to respond to abuses. Telecom corporations would ultimately be left to self-govern; while potentially abusing consumers with little to no threat of consequence. New York attorney general Eric Schneiderman, FCC commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel, and 28 senators have asked the FCC to delay the net neutrality vote until investigators have enough time to look into the theft of millions of Americans’ identities; some even deceased. In addition; the following states will be joining New York in suing the FCC to defend Net Neutrality protections: California Oregon Vermont Washington Delaware Hawaii Iowa Illinois Massachusetts Kentucky Maine Maryland North Carolina Mississippi Pennsylvania Virginia THIS IS AN ATTACK ON DEMOCRACY! Please sign and share this petition and stand in solidarity with aspirers, students, creators, innovators, story-tellers, influencers and agents of change from all over the world! Let’s keep net accessibility fair and equal; beginning with the call for FCC Chairman Ajit Pai to resign! He is a threat to our social and economic well-being and he must be stopped!