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10712260162881 Tayana Bennett
The unprecedented regulatory power the Obama Administration imposed on the internet is smothering innovation, damaging the American economy and obstructing job creation. I urge the Federal Communications Commission to end the bureaucratic regulatory overreach of the internet known as Title II and restore the bipartisan light-touch regulatory consensus that enabled the internet to flourish for more than 20 years. The plan currently under consideration at the FCC to repeal Obama's Title II power grab is a positive step forward and will help to promote a truly free and open internet for everyone.
1071095826492 Mario Schmitt
Please save the internet from the corporations. Tom Wheeler was right. Let the new neutrality stand.
1060393273271 Kamlesh Bajpai
Title II is a Depression-era regulatory framework designed for a telephone monopoly that no longer exists. It was wrong to apply it to the Internet and the FCC should repeal it and go back to the free-market approach that worked so well.
107161636123292 Virginia Yu
I strongly oppose Chairman Pai's proposal to reverse net neutrality protections because a free and open internet is vital for our democracy, for our businesses, and for our daily lives. It would give giant internet companies the power to prioritize what we read, watch, and explore online. I won't stand for it. It's about my right to be heard and my right to hear others. I submit my public comment to oppose Chairman Pai's proposal to reverse net neutrality protections.
10709743916395 Ralf Goldschmidt
We need net neutralityto continue. A free and open internet is the single greatest technology of our time, and control should not be at the mercy of corporations.
10709219317651 Mathias Neudorf
We should not leave the ability for small companies to compete with large online businesses up to the whims of our internet providers. It is out responsibility to defend our right to free market competition. IF THENEWSEARCHENGINE is better than Google, Google's wealth should not strike down the new engine if our internet providers choose not to be benevolent. Save net neutrality.
10711149377487 Milan Zakharova
Please Save Net Neutrality and Title ll rules. As a freelance translator I rely on internet spped to do my work and corporations would interfere with my searches if given the change. Do the right thing and keep the needed regulations. Thank you.
1071656946987 Santos Mclean
I strongly oppose Chairman Pai's proposal to reverse net neutrality protections because a free and open internet is vital for our democracy, for our businesses, and for our daily lives. It would give giant internet companies the power to prioritize what we read, watch, and explore online. I won't stand for it. It's about my right to be heard and my right to hear others. I submit my public comment to oppose Chairman Pai's proposal to reverse net neutrality protections.
10712187728978 Michael Urso
The FCC's Open Internet Rules (net neutrality rules) are extremely important to me. I urge you to protect them. I don't want ISPs to have the power to block websites, slow them down, give some sites an advantage over others, or split the Internet into "fast lanes" for companies that pay and "slow lanes" for the rest. Now is not the time to let giant ISPs censor what we see and do online. Censorship by ISPs is a serious problem. Comcast has throttled Netflix, AT&T blocked FaceTime, Time Warner Cable throttled the popular game League of Legends, and Verizon admitted it will introduce fast lanes for sites that pay-and slow lanes for everyone else-if the FCC lifts the rules. This hurts consumers and businesses large and small. Courts have made clear that if the FCC ends Title II classification, the FCC must let ISPs offer "fast lanes" to websites for a fee. Chairman Pai has made clear that he intends to do exactly this. But if some companies can pay our ISPs to have their content load faster, startups and small businesses that can't pay those fees won't be able to compete. You will kill the open marketplace that has enabled millions of small businesses and created the 5 most valuable companies in America-just to further enrich a few much less valuable cable giants famous for sky-high prices and abysmal customer service. Internet providers will be able to impose a private tax on every sector of the American economy. Moreover, under Chairman Pai's plan, ISPs will be able to make it more difficult to access political speech that they don't like. They'll be able to charge fees for website delivery that would make it harder for blogs, nonprofits, artists, and others who can't pay up to have their voices heard. I'm sending this to the FCC's open proceeding, but I worry that Chairman Pai, a former Verizon lawyer, has made his plans and will ignore me and millions of other Americans. So I'm also sending this to my members of Congress. Please publicly support the FCC's existing net neutrality rules based on Title II, and denounce Chairman Pai's plans. Do whatever you can to dissuade him. Thank you! Michael Urso
105232901007853 P Fetherman
FCC commissioners, I'm a voter worried about the FCC rules on the Internet. I request the commissioners to reverse The Obama/Wheeler decision to control the web. Individuals, as opposed to the FCC, should be empowered to purchase the applications we prefer. The Obama/Wheeler decision to control the web is a perversion of net neutrality. It undid a free-market policy that functioned fabulously smoothly for many years with broad bipartisan backing.
1060395067323 Suman Sapkota
Dear Chairman Pai, I would like to comment on Net Neutrality and Title II. I want to ask you to reverse The previous administration's order to regulate broadband. Citizens, as opposed to the FCC Enforcement Bureau, should be free to purchase whichever services they desire. The previous administration's order to regulate broadband is a distortion of net neutrality. It ended a market-based approach that functioned remarkably successfully for many years with both parties' approval.
10712204842931 Dorofei Alexeyeva
The Open Internet rules (net neutrality) are extremely important to me. I don't want the ISP to have the power to block websites, slow them down, give some sites advantage on others, or split the internet into fast lanes for companies that pay and slow lanes for the rest. Don't allow corporate America to control our life. Our internet is our access to knowledge and bridge between cultures and people. On July 12, we should show the FCC and the Trump administration how we Fight for The Future.
1071179493208 Sophie Gaertner
Leave the net neutrality alone. Internet speed should not be for sale. There is nothing wrong with out current system save for the greedy corporations who wish to turn the internet into their own pay-to-play and a government willing to let them do it. You serve the American people not just Verizon, AT&T, etc. IF you think the current protests are bad, try touching new neutrality. I will never understand why a nation who has come so far is hell bent on going back to the 18th century. No other modern nation is so mesmorized by money that it jeopardizes the well-being of its citizens. Is this how we MAGA?
10711138768314 Esther Fokina
Please Save Net Neutrality and Title ll rules. As a freelance translator I rely on internet spped to do my work and corporations would interfere with my searches if given the change. Do the right thing and keep the needed regulations. Thank you.
1050933297626 Lisa Anderson
You need to preserve our net neutrality rules.
1052360082740 Julie Young
To whom it may concern: I'm contacting you about net neutrality regulations. I strongly advocate the FCC to overturn The Obama/Wheeler plan to regulate the web. Individual Americans, not the FCC, should use whichever applications they choose. The Obama/Wheeler plan to regulate the web is a perversion of the open Internet. It reversed a pro-consumer system that worked very well for decades with bipartisan consensus.
1071451873433 Maria Moreno
Rapacious Silicon Valley monopolies like Amazon, Twitter and Netflix are now openly partnering with neo-Marxists like Free Press and Fight for the Future to launch phony astroturf campaigns to prevent the rollback of President Obama’s 2015 internet takeover. What frightens Americans isn’t the rollback of already outdated rules aimed at Silicon Valley’s competitors, but rather the complete takeover of the internet by this same handful of leftist companies and their radical leftist allies. These companies are not only censoring our viewpoints, blocking users and competitors online, prioritizing their own services, and destroying our online privacy, they are now even using their unrivaled corporate influence and greed to destroy our news media and free expression. It’s time to rollback Obama’s disastrous rules designed only to give Silicon Valley free reign over our internet and bolster their monopoly gatekeeper status. If any business sector in America today needs rules, it's Silicon Valley’s gluttonous monopolies that are destroying our internet. Please rollback Obama’s government takeover of the internet before our free and open internet becomes Amazon, Facebook and Google’s private property.
10711117213565 Lolita Ankudinova
We need net neutralityto continue. A free and open internet is the single greatest technology of our time, and control should not be at the mercy of corporations.
10717008787868 Lisa Garcia
Title II allows bureaucrats in Washington to pick winners and losers on the web. The internet is best regulated by light-touch FTC regulation and the market, not heavy-handed FCC rules. I support Chairman Ajit Pai’s rollback of Obama’s Internet takeover.
1052313106744 Gloucester Hurt
To whom it may concern: Hi, I'd like to comment on net neutrality regulations. I would like to suggest the FCC to repeal Tom Wheeler's order to regulate Internet access. Americans, as opposed to so-called experts, deserve to buy the products they want. Tom Wheeler's order to regulate Internet access is a perversion of the open Internet. It stopped a market-based policy that worked remarkably well for many years with broad bipartisan backing.
10523204848020 Jessie Young
To whom it may concern: I'm a voter worried about Internet Freedom. I would like to suggest the FCC to reverse Barack Obama's policy to control Internet access. People like me, as opposed to so-called experts, should be free to purchase the applications they choose. Barack Obama's policy to control Internet access is a exploitation of net neutrality. It ended a free-market system that performed exceptionally smoothly for many years with Republican and Democrat consensus.
105252681300200 Alice Kazantseva
Please save the internet from the corporations. Tom Wheeler was right. Let the new neutrality stand.
10523099082107 Christina Magana
To whom it may concern: With respect to net neutrality rules. I would like to request the FCC to repeal Obama's plan to regulate the Internet. Citizens, rather than so-called experts, should be able to purchase which products we choose. Obama's plan to regulate the Internet is a betrayal of the open Internet. It stopped a hands-off policy that worked fabulously successfully for two decades with Republican and Democrat approval.
10707088347109 Antoine Fortson
The unprecedented regulatory power the Obama Administration imposed on the internet is smothering innovation, damaging the American economy and obstructing job creation. I urge the Federal Communications Commission to end the bureaucratic regulatory overreach of the internet known as Title II and restore the bipartisan light-touch regulatory consensus that enabled the internet to flourish for more than 20 years. The plan currently under consideration at the FCC to repeal Obama's Title II power grab is a positive step forward and will help to promote a truly free and open internet for everyone.
1071453906478 Perla Mccarthy
I strongly oppose Chairman Pai's proposal to reverse net neutrality protections because a free and open internet is vital for our democracy, for our businesses, and for our daily lives. It would give giant internet companies the power to prioritize what we read, watch, and explore online. I won't stand for it. It's about my right to be heard and my right to hear others. I submit my public comment to oppose Chairman Pai's proposal to reverse net neutrality protections.
107091340101070 Dylan Bates
The FCC's Open Internet Rules (net neutrality rules) are extremely important to me. I urge you to protect them. I don't want ISPs to have the power to block websites, slow them down, give some sites an advantage over others, or split the Internet into "fast lanes" for companies that pay and "slow lanes" for the rest. Now is not the time to let giant ISPs censor what we see and do online. Censorship by ISPs is a serious problem. Comcast has throttled Netflix, AT&T blocked FaceTime, Time Warner Cable throttled the popular game League of Legends, and Verizon admitted it will introduce fast lanes for sites that pay-and slow lanes for everyone else-if the FCC lifts the rules. This hurts consumers and businesses large and small. Courts have made clear that if the FCC ends Title II classification, the FCC must let ISPs offer "fast lanes" to websites for a fee. Chairman Pai has made clear that he intends to do exactly this. But if some companies can pay our ISPs to have their content load faster, startups and small businesses that can't pay those fees won't be able to compete. You will kill the open marketplace that has enabled millions of small businesses and created the 5 most valuable companies in America-just to further enrich a few much less valuable cable giants famous for sky-high prices and abysmal customer service. Internet providers will be able to impose a private tax on every sector of the American economy. Moreover, under Chairman Pai's plan, ISPs will be able to make it more difficult to access political speech that they don't like. They'll be able to charge fees for website delivery that would make it harder for blogs, nonprofits, artists, and others who can't pay up to have their voices heard. I'm sending this to the FCC's open proceeding, but I worry that Chairman Pai, a former Verizon lawyer, has made his plans and will ignore me and millions of other Americans. So I'm also sending this to my members of Congress. Please publicly support the FCC's existing net neutrality rules based on Title II, and denounce Chairman Pai's plans. Do whatever you can to dissuade him. Thank you! Dylan Bates
10603307907387 John Dasaro
Chairman Pai: I'd like to share my thoughts on net neutrality. I want to request Ajit Pai to undo President Obama's decision to control Internet access. Americans, as opposed to Washington, should be empowered to use the services they want. President Obama's decision to control Internet access is a corruption of net neutrality. It broke a market-based system that functioned supremely smoothly for decades with broad bipartisan support.
10713360030562 Kenneth Webb
Our country has benefitted from the internet in many ways, and Americans have come to depend on an open internet and the crucial open internet principles of transparency, no blocking, no censorship and no discriminatory throttling. But, internet rules should not change each time a new political party takes office or a new person is appointed to lead the Federal Communications Commission. That’s why I am writing to ask that you work together to preserve these crucial internet principles by creating legislation that codifies them into law. The FCC’s action to overturn the current law designed 80 years ago, before the Internet was created, is a great first step. However, legislation is the only way to permanently preserve the open internet principles that we rely on. Thank you for working to keep the internet a place where all citizens can find new opportunities and communicate freely.
1050965101166 Deborah Green
I support preserving internet neutrality.
1071362107937 Ian Grant
The FCC's Open Internet Rules (net neutrality rules) are extremely important to me. I urge you to protect them. I don't want ISPs to have the power to block websites, slow them down, give some sites an advantage over others, or split the Internet into "fast lanes" for companies that pay and "slow lanes" for the rest. Now is not the time to let giant ISPs censor what we see and do online. Censorship by ISPs is a serious problem. Comcast has throttled Netflix, AT&T blocked FaceTime, Time Warner Cable throttled the popular game League of Legends, and Verizon admitted it will introduce fast lanes for sites that pay-and slow lanes for everyone else-if the FCC lifts the rules. This hurts consumers and businesses large and small. Courts have made clear that if the FCC ends Title II classification, the FCC must let ISPs offer "fast lanes" to websites for a fee. Chairman Pai has made clear that he intends to do exactly this. But if some companies can pay our ISPs to have their content load faster, startups and small businesses that can't pay those fees won't be able to compete. You will kill the open marketplace that has enabled millions of small businesses and created the 5 most valuable companies in America-just to further enrich a few much less valuable cable giants famous for sky-high prices and abysmal customer service. Internet providers will be able to impose a private tax on every sector of the American economy. Moreover, under Chairman Pai's plan, ISPs will be able to make it more difficult to access political speech that they don't like. They'll be able to charge fees for website delivery that would make it harder for blogs, nonprofits, artists, and others who can't pay up to have their voices heard. I'm sending this to the FCC's open proceeding, but I worry that Chairman Pai, a former Verizon lawyer, has made his plans and will ignore me and millions of other Americans. So I'm also sending this to my members of Congress. Please publicly support the FCC's existing net neutrality rules based on Title II, and denounce Chairman Pai's plans. Do whatever you can to dissuade him. Thank you! Ian Grant
1060361821593 Greg Marvel
Dear FCC, With respect to the Open Internet order. I would like to urge Ajit Pai to reverse Barack Obama's decision to regulate the web. Individuals, not Washington bureaucrats, ought to use the applications we choose. Barack Obama's decision to regulate the web is a corruption of the open Internet. It disrupted a light-touch framework that worked exceptionally smoothly for decades with both parties' consensus.
10712131935868 Robert Wars
The unprecedented regulatory power the Obama Administration imposed on the internet is smothering innovation, damaging the American economy and obstructing job creation. I urge the Federal Communications Commission to end the bureaucratic regulatory overreach of the internet known as Title II and restore the bipartisan light-touch regulatory consensus that enabled the internet to flourish for more than 20 years. The plan currently under consideration at the FCC to repeal Obama's Title II power grab is a positive step forward and will help to promote a truly free and open internet for everyone.
10712196313533 Simon Denisova
On July 12 is the Protect Net Neutrality Day of Action! This would be the day to protect our freedom of internet and Fight to escape the control of our life by the ISPs - the corporations we all despise. Do not let them get away with this, fight For Our Future as if our life depend on it!
106032352309460 Logan Barns
"Obama's Net Neutrality order was the corrupt result of a corrupt process controlled by Silicon Valley special interests. It gives some of the biggest companies in the world a free ride at the expense of consumers and should be immediately repealed!"
10711227755493 Véronique Lepage
We need net neutralityto continue. A free and open internet is the single greatest technology of our time, and control should not be at the mercy of corporations.
10711859119071 Akerera Godchaux
The unprecedented regulatory power the Obama Administration imposed on the internet is smothering innovation, damaging the American economy and obstructing job creation. I urge the Federal Communications Commission to end the bureaucratic regulatory overreach of the internet known as Title II and restore the bipartisan light-touch regulatory consensus that enabled the internet to flourish for more than 20 years. The plan currently under consideration at the FCC to repeal Obama's Title II power grab is a positive step forward and will help to promote a truly free and open internet for everyone.
1071216496198 Emmanuel Golubev
The Open Internet rules (net neutrality) are extremely important to me. I don't want the ISP to have the power to block websites, slow them down, give some sites advantage on others, or split the internet into fast lanes for companies that pay and slow lanes for the rest. Don't allow the Trump administration control the media streaming and then make only his NEWS On July 12, we should show the world how we Fight for The Future. I hope all media outlets join us. Thank you
107112241211776 Diane Gray
The unprecedented regulatory power the Obama Administration imposed on the internet is smothering innovation, damaging the American economy and obstructing job creation. I urge the Federal Communications Commission to end the bureaucratic regulatory overreach of the internet known as Title II and restore the bipartisan light-touch regulatory consensus that enabled the internet to flourish for more than 20 years. The plan currently under consideration at the FCC to repeal Obama's Title II power grab is a positive step forward and will help to promote a truly free and open internet for everyone.
105232942708628 Willie Evans
Dear Mr. Pai, With respect to the FCC regulations on the Internet. I would like to ask the commissioners to rescind Barack Obama's decision to control Internet access. People like me, not unelected bureaucrats, should be free to select whatever services we want. Barack Obama's decision to control Internet access is a perversion of net neutrality. It reversed a pro-consumer approach that performed exceptionally well for a long time with bipartisan support.
1071117953104 Brice Saindon
Save net neutrality! I am worried that the protections that are in place will be weakened if we change the way they are enforced. I do not support losing any protections, and I do not trust big companies to look out for my best interests. That's YOUR JOB!
1071651228304 Lana Knapp
I strongly oppose Chairman Pai's proposal to reverse net neutrality protections because a free and open internet is vital for our democracy, for our businesses, and for our daily lives. It would give giant internet companies the power to prioritize what we read, watch, and explore online. I won't stand for it. It's about my right to be heard and my right to hear others. I submit my public comment to oppose Chairman Pai's proposal to reverse net neutrality protections.
107110853400180 Stephan Freitag
Allowing broadband providers to throttle their service is unfair business practive. Weakening protections for consumers for the sake of big business is foolish and a countrer to the FCC's mandate. This proposal clearly gets rid of net neutrality. I am opposed to this. Save net neutrality and protect consumers.
107102935921697 Margaret Kudryashova
Please Save Net Neutrality and Title ll rules. As a freelance translator I rely on internet spped to do my work and corporations would interfere with my searches if given the change. Do the right thing and keep the needed regulations. Thank you.
10528605306530 Shirley East
I am in favor of strong net neutrality under Title II of the Telecommunications Act. Sincerely, Shirley East
1070912901944 Tobias Zimmermann
Allowing broadband providers to throttle their service is unfair business practive. Weakening protections for consumers for the sake of big business is foolish and a countrer to the FCC's mandate. This proposal clearly gets rid of net neutrality. I am opposed to this. Save net neutrality and protect consumers.
1071289413759 Emma Fyodorova
The Open Internet rules (net neutrality) are extremely important to me. I don't want the ISP to have the power to block websites, slow them down, give some sites advantage on others, or split the internet into fast lanes for companies that pay and slow lanes for the rest. Don't allow the Trump administration control the media streaming and then make only his NEWS On July 12, we should show the world how we Fight for The Future. I hope all media outlets join us. Thank you
10603078759171 Marlin Posey
Dear Mr. Pai, My comments re: Title II rules. I urge you to repeal President Obama's plan to take over the Internet. Individual Americans, rather than the FCC, should be free to enjoy whatever products we choose. President Obama's plan to take over the Internet is a exploitation of net neutrality. It undid a hands-off system that worked fabulously well for decades with both parties' support.
10524257409529 Avent Charette
Save net neutrality! I am worried that the protections that are in place will be weakened if we change the way they are enforced. I do not support losing any protections, and I do not trust big companies to look out for my best interests. That's YOUR JOB!
107100188203976 Catherine Koltsova
We should not leave the ability for small companies to compete with large online businesses up to the whims of our internet providers. It is out responsibility to defend our right to free market competition. IF THENEWSEARCHENGINE is better than Google, Google's wealth should not strike down the new engine if our internet providers choose not to be benevolent. Save net neutrality.
106032509521331 Alicia Anderson
To the Federal Communications Commission: I have concerns about internet regulations. I implore the commissioners to overturn The previous administration's plan to control the Internet. Internet users, as opposed to the FCC Enforcement Bureau, deserve to enjoy whatever products they want. The previous administration's plan to control the Internet is a betrayal of net neutrality. It disrupted a pro-consumer approach that performed supremely smoothly for decades with Republican and Democrat support.