Comments of Media Access Project Et Al. In Preserving the Open Internet Broadband Industry Practices

  • By Parul P. Desai, Media Access Project and Andrew Jay Schwartzman, Media Access Project
January 14, 2010 |

Media Access Project, on behalf of Access Humboldt , et al. (collectively “Public Interest Advocates”), submits these Comments in response to the Commission’s Notice of Proposed Rulemaking In the Matter of Preserving the Open Internet, Broadband Industry Practices. Public Interest Advocates firmly believe that they should not be constrained with what they are able to do with their Internet service, and instead would benefit from access to a more open and nondiscriminatory Internet. Public Interest Advocates also urge the Commission to require providers to disclose in a transparent and easily comprehensible manner any network management practices Internet Service Providers (“ISPs”) engage in and to extend to wireless Internet access providers any rules the Commission adopts.

Full comments can be downloaded as a PDF on the right.

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