I just want to point out that it’s not a debate anymore.
There’s no debate anymore, because the FCC and the DOJ have made the decision.
I don’t care what you think about net neutrality, it’s really not about net, it is about what we want to do with the Internet.
There is a difference between what we’re trying to do, and what we can achieve.
There will be net neutrality in every country in the world, whether you like it or not.
There are people that are concerned about it, and there are people who want it removed, but the only way to stop it is to stop the FCC from acting in ways that are contrary to the will of the people and the Congress.
It’s time for the FCC to be more responsive and transparent and responsive to the American people, because there’s a lot of people who are not interested in this issue anymore.
I’m going to ask my question, Mr. Chairman, because I believe this is something that should be taken seriously by the FCC.
I think it’s very important that the public is aware that this is the FCC, and that it has been acting in accordance with the will and intent of Congress and the American People.
Thank you very much.