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  1. Cannot comment on ANY dockets. Seems as if you do not want people commenting on Net Neutrality.

    You are ruining the internet. Users already pay providers lots of money for speeds comparable to Estonia. The internet is not broken, stop trying to fix it.

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  2. 293 votes
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  3. I cannot connect to the FCC comments about Proceedings 14 " Protecting the internet"

    I can't understand why I can connect to every other part of the FCC website but not the comments about the proceedings for protecting the internet . I wish to be heard and I believe that I have this right. How can I leave my comment when I can't even access the specific page.

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  4. 53 votes
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  5. WTF is going on with the comment section FCC ? Is this what we can expect wanting to voice opinions about net neutrality.

    WTF is going on with the comment section FCC ? Is this what we can expect wanting to voice opinions about net neutrality.

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  6. 37 votes
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  7. 30 votes
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  8. 27 votes
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  9. Unable to provide public comments on anti-Net Neutrality policies. Is this Time Warner blocking your content because you did not pay them?

    I pay my ISP for a given bandwidth, Which is for me to decide how it is used. Netflix does the same, so does every other web site and internet user. Now they are using the money I pay for internet service, and bribing politicians and government officials to make it legal for them to not provide me with the service I paid for.

    If I stood outside of a local restaurant and told the owner he needed to pay me Or I was going to slow business down by preventing customers from accessing his establishment I would be in…

    25 votes
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  10. WE SUPPORT NET NEUTRALITY! END THE MONOPOLIES!

    The USA has been bought and sold but the American people won't go down quietly...Support Net Neutrality! End Corporatism!

    The only bad "F word" is "FCC" - Tom Morello

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  11. www.opentinternet.gov

    "For more information about the open Internet, see www.openinternet.gov" Unfortunately that site referenced is not available.

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  12. The link for http://www.fcc.gov/comments is not working.

    I am unable to access the comments section of your site. I have attempted to use several different browsers to no avail.

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  13. The link, http://www.fcc.gov/complaints%3Chttp://www.fcc.gov/complaints, does not work. I really don't think the FCC cares.

    The link to which I was directed, http://www.fcc.gov/complaints%3Chttp://www.fcc.gov/complaints, does not work. I don't think the FCC cares, judging by their past apathy to my and others' submittals of reports and complaints.

    16 votes
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  14. Will FCC create a paid, "very fast" comment posting service vs. your current "fast" non-working comments?

    How about branding your FCC site paralysis as "fast service"? Then create a second, paying tier where citizens with enough money can receive "very fast comment service"? Pay to play seems to be the FCC way.

    It's not as if FCC has a monopoly on regulating communications in the US...

    13 votes
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  15. You say you want our comments, yet that portion of the the site doesn't work. Kinda like getting rid of net neutrality, don't you think?

    You say you want our comments, yet that portion of the the site doesn't work. Kinda like getting rid of net neutrality, don't you think?

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  16. Bad Link to http://www.fcc.gov/fcc-bin/audio/curves.html

    This link from the FM Station coverage ReadMe is broken

    10 votes
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  17. 10 votes
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  18. Broken Link on "Logos of the FCC" (http://www.fcc.gov/logos)

    On the page "http://www.fcc.gov/logos", in the section "FCC-Approved Equipment Authorization Labels" the hyperlink "FCC-Approved Equipment Labels for Part 15 and Part 18 devices" points to "http://apps.fcc.gov/oetcf/kdb/forms/FTSSearchResultPage.cfm?id=27980&switch=P", which returns a "The page you're looking for is currently unavailable to view".

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  19. GMRS is not properly described on the new FCC Website

    There is no mention of the allowed use of repeater stations. There is also no mention of the fact that GMRS is operates under Part 95 and is therefore not subject to the impending narrowbanding that business and public service radio are about to convert to. Instead of the 50 watt limit that GMRS is actually allowed, only a 5 watts are mentioned and, a ridiculous claim of 25 mile range from this 5 watts is claimed. Please correct these omissions and grave exaggerations. GMRS is regulated and professional unlike the unregulated FRS

    8 votes
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  20. Showing more than 10 filtered results on Official Documents

    Trying to give the new tools a chance, I go to Official Documents, I apply filters to see all Public Notices released by International Bureau. When I try to switch to 50 results per page, my filters reset. When I reapply the filter, I only get 10 results. Hmm...

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