FCC releases 1.1 million ‘fast lane’ comments
August 5, 2014
The Federal Communications Commission is releasing all 1.1 million comments it has received so far on a proposal for new Internet regulations in an easily accessible format for the public to explore. While the comments were previously accessible through the commission’s electronic filing system, the website is universally considered to be clunky and difficult to navigate.
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