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Ajit Pai
Here's my plan for promoting broadband infrastructure deployment & delivering digital opportunity to all Americans:
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Ajit Pai 16 Jan 17
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Every American should have a chance to be a participant in, rather than a spectator of, the digital economy.
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Ajit Pai 16 Jan 17
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My proposal for Gigabit Opportunity Zones would allow lower-income Americans to have better broadband and help to close the .
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Mister Shoebox 16 Jan 17
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This is all well and good, but won't High Speed lanes and throttling limit people's connections to the Internet regardless?
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Neal Gompa (ニール・ゴンパ) 16 Jan 17
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You don't seem to make any provision for ensuring people can affordably have gigabit connectivity. Only making it exist.
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EPJ ⚡️ 16 Jan 17
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thank you. Now how about training for kids in rural areas so they're on an equal footing in the remote economy?
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Neal Gompa (ニール・ゴンパ) 16 Jan 17
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You also do not propose to fix the underlying assumptions that telcos make about spectrum licenses that allow them to be lazy.
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Neal Gompa (ニール・ゴンパ) 16 Jan 17
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If anything, it seems like this plan is horribly incomplete. Do you expect that telcos will magically do the right thing?
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Neal Gompa (ニール・ゴンパ) 16 Jan 17
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If I was a telco exec, I would be pleased with this, because I get money from gov't AND still only deal with rich customers.
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$$ Honest NCTA $$ 16 Jan 17
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What will you do about lack of competition? Enough is enough being price gouged because there is only one ISP in a given area.
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Television Broadcast 16 Jan 17
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I would submit that you to consider allowing municipalities to declare themselves broadband-free zones as well.
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Jean-François Mezei 17 Jan 17
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. What is the new FCC’s position on preventing states from banning municipal broadband ?
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PCat 24 Jan 17
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Congratulations on your appointment. We hope you will talk about this plan at the upcoming NARUC winter meeting.
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$$ Honest NCTA $$ 24 Jan 17
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Anything about competition? Anything about putting an end to regional monopolies? We won't need regulations if there was real competition!
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Agent Kawabonga 24 Jan 17
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and you want to make sure everyone but ISPs pay through the nose to participate in the digital economy...
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Agent Kawabonga 24 Jan 17
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why are you giving tax credits to telcos that have billions in profit? They have own cash for expansion
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Saber Khai 24 Jan 17
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Note that rolling back net neutrality will irreparably harm the ability of many Americans to do just that.
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Agent Kawabonga 24 Jan 17
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telcos also have shown they will use tax money for own benefit but won't actually do what was intended: I.e. Verizon in NY
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Agent Kawabonga 24 Jan 17
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