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CLOSED: Engagement: In what ways can social networks further FCC engagement with the public?


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  1. Using a similar system, let the public vote on potential changes and issues

    This seems like the perfect system to allow the public to vote up or down ideas proposed. For example, if you look at the current proceeding 97-80, which is dealing with changes to the cable industry which directly affects the public, the public for the most part is unaware this is even going on. There should be an easy to navigate page which allows direct consumer and public feedback both for voting on submitted ideas while also allowing the ability to submit their own. As it stands now without any feedback, it feels like there isn't any incentive for the…

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  2. Establish basic communication standards mobile/broadbnd reviews

    Pnones telegraph lines cable dsl are new evolving innovations that parralel economic stability. When these are sabotaged freedom is also. Reckless abandon of the privilege of devices runs parralel with law abiding individuals. Freedom is choice yet we still need Police don't we. However, is dial up the basic standard? It was until cable, then dsl, then phones took over this factor. Access is the key component here. Best Business Practices is key to consumer satisfaction. Fraud is no stranger to cyber accessibility. It just is. A standard is possible if we can discuss this rationally.

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  3. I have DTV and want to know why I STILL pay $5.00 a month since 2003 for a leased receiver?

    I think these companies are a complete rip-off. I sign a 2 year agreement, so That 5.00 leased receiver fee should be off my account. I technically own it. So my question FCC is when do I stop paying for a "leased" receiver. I mean It's been 7 years already.

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  4. Post the standing regulations, and the deregulations for the past 5 years

    In a simple format I would like to see what rules have been added, and subtracted from the FCC in the past 5 to 10 years.

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  5. Real Social Networks will enable Ensemble Computing / Internet of Things

    As Dr. Robert Atkinson reported to the FCC, “it’s clear that a new architecture is needed…the Internet of the present will not become the Internet of Future: there is no migration path.” The historical solution has always been to increase bandwidth because
    there has never been another choice. This series of incremental improvements for 30 years has only delayed the inevitable traffic routing overload, and the true problem of networking will never get solved without a fundamental shift.
    The Q. will perform better in every measurable way, allowing additional users onto the network without additional overhead. This will allow EcoNode…

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  10. Brdband acsblty urgent w level playing speeds trckng open-trnsprnt bill trckng to cnsumr &fcc

    Comcast has hx of slowing speeds w/o any notice/chg spyware w/o any notice/ no rational communciation w/consmrs/ not giving appropriate bandwidth/redlining etc

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  11. v-chip

    I think the v-chip should work for advertisement as well as programming. Things like commercials for horror movies, *** pills, and news teasers should be rated MA. As it is a show may be fine but the commercials make it unsuitable.

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  13. charge reasonable fees to TV stations for use of the public airwaves. The income can fund campaigns.

    Raising money for election campaigns takes too much time for legislators, and the high cost of TV ads is the major problem. We own the airwaves; now we let TV stations use them for free. Let's charge reasonable fees (not taxes) to raise money for campaign finance reform

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  18. to generate constant volume levels on programs and the associated advertisement volume levels.

    I understand the constituents that go to make up speech. Therefore I know how to set controls to equalize volume levels of programs and associated advertisements.

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  19. keep pushing for fake net neutrality and you will get more engagement

    I would have never looked to your website had i not been researching into net neutrality and COICA. Also, im seeing the reboot fcc website but you need to shell out some extra cash to a web designer and revamp that nasty old fcc.org webpage

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