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FCC’s comment system still broken one year after net-neutrality chaos
Some say the FCC is right to focus its attention elsewhere. Most of what the FCC does doesn’t get many comments at all, said Tom Struble, the technology-policy manager at the center-right R Street Institute. I don t know if we should do wholesale changes based on what are and should be outliers.
Struble added that the FCC should work to discourage the tendency of some progressive groups to gin up millions of identical comments expressing outrage at the latest FCC proposal. The comments process is not a plebiscite, he said.