The Federal Communications Commission's new net neutrality rules are now almost a week old, and the fighting over them has just begun," writes Ars Technica
. Republicans seem to be steeling for a fight, calling the new rules a
"blow to personal liberty" and neutrality advocates say the rules are not nearly strong enough. But reasons, Ars Technica, why leave the kvetching to the professionals?
Aras offers up a
links to forms and emails address to shish can be filed both informal and formal complaints. So you now have a forum, wether you are a broadband provider or a 14-year-old concerned that your high-def
streaming video of your cat sleeping may not make its way to your neighbors unimpeded.
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