Hope and Change for the Continuing Open Internet

We responded to the FCC call for comment on maintaining a free and open internet.  Here is our comment, available online for confirmation:

My job did not exist 25 years ago. When I went to college, I would never have been able to foresee what the internet could mean to me. And now, I can’t see a future if the rules of the game of internet access are changed.

What you are proposing to do will change the vector of employment and commerce worldwide.

Political expediency and hope and change is not the reason for modification of something that is working well. It isn’t broken. It doesn’t need tweaking. Please don’t be a good Government agency and try to fix it.

Let history record that change was considered and found unnecessary.

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