From EXOMATRIXTV. What if abusive corporations control FCC just like the Big Pharma (Mafia) controls FDA ... Google suppressed (alternative) cures & when healing becomes a crime! They passed the bill allowing your isp to control EVERYTHING you do online, you have gmail but your isp doesn't like gmail so they block and/or charge you to use it basically forcing you to use the email client they have a partnership with. have a blog or website but dont want to pay the fees the bigger companies pay, expect massive lag making your website/blog slow or completely unusable. want to use facebook but your isp doesn't have a partnership with them expect to pay extra for every mb you use on facebook. this also effects your phone companies, like to use google maps but your phone company doesn't like google maps so they'll block it and force you to use their gps/map application. you want to tweet about how bad your isp sucks expect them to block your tweet/instant message/email/text message. the list goes ON AND ON!!!!!!!! WHEN YOU MESS WITH OUR JOB, OUR HOBBY, OUR PASSION, OUR FUTURES , AND OUR FREEDOM THAT'S WHEN YOUR COUNTRY GETS A LITTLE PISSED OFF MR. OBAMA. WE CANT LET THIS HAPPEN CALL/EMAIL/WRITE TO YOUR CONGRESSMAN IMMEDIATELY ABOUT THIS, the fcc could have reclassified and regulated these greedy corporations in an enforceable way, but instead, they sold out. This isn't Net Neutrality, this is a historic mistake. and they shall pay for what they've done.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is an 'independent' (???) United States government agency. The FCC was established by the Communications Act of 1934 and is charged with regulating interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite and cable. The FCC's jurisdiction covers the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and U.S. possessions.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will mark the winter solstice by taking an unprecedented step to expand government's reach into the Internet by attempting to regulate its inner workings. In doing so, the agency will circumvent Congress and disregard a recent court ruling. How did the FCC get here? For years, proponents of so-called "net neutrality" have been calling for strong regulation of broadband "on-ramps" to the Internet, like those provided by your local cable or phone companies. Rules are needed, the argument goes, to ensure that the Internet remains open and free, and to discourage broadband providers from thwarting consumer demand. That sounds good if you say it fast. Nothing is broken that needs fixing, however. -- Wall Street Journal / Robert M. MacDowell
In 1949, the Federal Communications Commission created a rule requiring broadcasters to cover issues that the government deemed important, and to do so in a way that the government found "honest, equitable and balanced." If a broadcaster did not agree to abide by this rule, the FCC reserved the right to revoke the station's broadcasting license. This rule was called the Fairness Doctrine. The FCC abandoned it in 1987. FCC Commissioner Michael Copps, a socially conservative Democrat appointed to the FCC in 2001, would like to bring it back.
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