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Care about an open internet? Tell the US government on Twitter today


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Rumors that the FCC would let ISPs like Comcast or Verizon give an internet "fast lane" to well-heeled customers has become a debacle, with Google, Yahoo and a hundred other companies denouncing the idea. The FCC and chairman Tom Wheeler have been in damage control mode ever since, and now want to hear what you think about net neutrality. Starting at 2pm ET today, FCC Senior Counsel Gigi B. Sohn will take your questions over Twitter, submitted using the #FCCNetNeutrality hashtag. Then, you'll just need to search Twitter using that same hashtag to follow the resulting dialogue. For instance, we're curious to find out how it could allow such fast lanes without slowing down everybody else, something they've sworn not to do. And that's just the tip of the iceberg -- given the sudden swarm of interest in the subject, it should make for a fascinating hour if you can spare it.

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