Today is your last chance to comment on the proposal to kill net neutrality

With more than 20 million comments, the FCC’s inaptly named “Restoring Internet Freedom” proposal to gut net neutrality rules as we know them, is by far the most controversial measure the agency has ever taken, or rather attempted to take. Hardly a company or trade group has failed to make its opinion known in one form or another, and millions of individuals have weighed in as well. If you haven’t yet, now is your last chance.

That last chance would have been two weeks ago but for a motion by several advocacy organizations to extend it, which the FCC granted in part. I put together basic instructions on how to submit a comment here; there are also plenty of sites that offer forms that submit on your behalf should you prefer that. You just need to do it before midnight…

Read Story