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+ - FCC Public Comment Period For Net Neutrality Ends Tomorrow, July 15

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samzenpus (5) writes "The deadline for the FCC’s public comment period on their proposed net neutrality rule is coming up fast. The deadline to let the FCC know what you think is tomorrow, July 15. A total of 647,000 comments have already been sent. Google, Facebook, Netflix, Amazon and other tech companies are making a final push for net neutrality saying that the FCC decision, "shifts the balance from the consumers' freedom of choice to the broadband Internet access providers' gatekeeping decisions." The Consumerist has a guide to help you through the comment process, so make sure your voice is heard."
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FCC Public Comment Period For Net Neutrality Ends Tomorrow, July 15

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