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Re: Americans Mad as Hell Over Proposed Net Neutrality Rules
Posted by johnvin9 on 2014-09-11 13:43:55
In reply to Richard Adhikari
Why is a large number of form letters a "negative" thing? Unless too many of those form letters came from the same email address(es), it's clear that a lot of people cared enough about the issue and wanted their point of view to be known by the FCC, to send in a copy of a form letter, even if they didn't want to take the time to write their own version of the same basic thoughts and opinions. I can't see ANYTHING negative about that ... and "more than 99%" being in favor of Net Neutrality carries its own pretty considerable weight - doesn't it??




 * Topic  Author  Date
Re: Americans Mad as Hell Over Proposed Net Neutrality Rules  Richard Adhikari  2014-09-05 05:46:45
Re: Americans Mad as Hell Over Proposed Net Neutrality Rules  johnvin9  2014-09-11 13:43:55
Re: Americans Mad as Hell Over Proposed Net Neutrality Rules  TheMoMan  2014-09-05 06:06:07
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