And,,,How long do you people,,,Discuss,,,these things??50 years?35 years?10 years?Or,,,Until,,a Suicide,A child's Death?A Explosion?How Long??
I do not want to Join a Discussion,,,I myself,,,would Rather,,,,Do Something About,,Cyber Bully's,,Child Porn on the Internet,and within Broadband,,,You know,,like,,,,Get off MY ASS AND STAND FOR SOMETHING!!!
I say,,,Stop Chatting about it,,and get off your ASS and Do something!!
Stay out completely.
Bring the United States mobile broadband pricing in line with the rest of the world.
Yes, let's please improve broadband and its infrastructure in the United States. It is sad to note that the United States is ranked 12th or 13th--depending on the survey relied on--relative to other countries providing broadband, in terms of quality of service. I favor increasing the use of fiber optics, replacing old and problematic technology and extending broadband coverage to rural areas. As well, Congress should ...more »
Promote regulated access to broadband for people with age disabilities like minors, as already required by law as requested ordered by the supreme Court in the writ of mandamus supplemental brief attached.
My company would like to help your communities to get the broadband they need at an affordable price. How can you help me to connect to those in need?Kim Taratuta thanks
Follow The Economist's lead: "The best solution would be to require telecoms operators to open their high-speed networks to rivals on a wholesale basis, as is the case almost everywhere in the industrialised world." America thrives when business and governments converge to compete and regulate according to our principles of free trade, open market access and vigorous competition. The internet and broadband access should ...more »
Third way? Ha How about beginning to apply the law passed June 19, 1934. On Page 8 in paragraph (51) WIRE COMMUNICATIONS was required to be regulated just like other communications. I have attempted to have the Supreme Court order the FCC to regulate COMMUNICATIONS BY WIRE that are being called "Internet or IP Services" simply for a disguise. The United States' "Open Internet" has been illegal due to trafficking in ...more »
Stimulus grants are being made in New Hampshire to parts of towns that already have broadband rather than to areas that do not. Meanwhile the local telephone company apparently has no intention of extending DSL to some areas with houses even a few hundred feet apart even if it receives stimulus money. It disadvantages children, home businesses and takes away value from homes. Who would want to buy a house where there ...more »
why is the U.S. behind on broadband speed of mere 10-15 mbps? we should be competing with Korea Japan and Frank with 50-100+ mbps! and at low costs!!!