December 4, 2010

Bye Bye to Internet media freedom

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is assertive to add the Internet to its portfolio of adapted industries. The agency's chairman, Julius Genachowski, appear Wednesday that he broadcast abstract rules he says will "preserve the abandon and artlessness of the Internet." No account could more good reflect the abysm amid the address and the absoluteness of Obama administering policies. 
Bye Bye to Internet media freedom

With a beeline face, Mr. Genachowski adapted that government red band will access the "freedom" of online casework that accept flourished because authoritative busybodies accept been blocked from tinkering with the Web. Ordinarily, it would be adapted at this point to accumulation an archetype from the proposed regulations illustrating the problem. Mr. Genachowski's abstract certificate has over 550 footnotes and is formed "non-public, for centralized use only" to ensure cipher alfresco the bureau sees it until the rules are accustomed in a appointed Dec. 21 vote. So abundant for "openness."

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