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  1. Apple Inc., has too much control! Why?

    Apple Inc., has too much control! Why?

    - Apple has control over how, and in what way we use our Internet! I have comcast cable currently, as my ISP, that I pay good money for. Apple has no rights, to control the way I access my comcast Internet! Apple will not allow many formats, such as Flash, that are what make the Internet great! When you buy an iPad, or iPhone, from Apple, their should be no restrictions! Especially, if we are paying our Internet Service Providers. We all pay good money for our Internet Experience, and these stupid restrictions…

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  2. Either act like every other federal agency or get serious about the rules

    It appears that no other federal agency has ex parte rules requiring the outside party to file a summary of "verbal" ex parte contact.

    ALL other agencies rely on staff summaries of such meetings filed in a public docket. Abusive parties clearly have an incentive in the present environment to hide, delay or "fuzzify" ex parte contact to put their adversaries at a disadvantage.

    If FCC really wants to keep the current unique system, then it should enforce its rules. The present concept of handling enforcement by a polite phone call to the party involved is charming and apparently works…

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  3. Provide RSS Ex-Parte Reporting

    Provide RSS reporting of all Ex-Parte contacts especially including non-docketed matters.

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