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Time To Dump The FCC

I'm not going to bother to delve into the minutiae of the FCC's latest ruling on 911 calls and VoIP -- suffice it to say it's like discussing how many angels can dance on the head of a pin. The...

I'm not going to bother to delve into the minutiae of the FCC's latest ruling on 911 calls and VoIP -- suffice it to say it's like discussing how many angels can dance on the head of a pin. The FCC commissioners have been thoroughly wrongheaded on just about every issue involving networking and the Internet, taking the wrong side on everything from broadband to VoIP and beyond. So it's time for a simple solution: Throw the bums out! We need an entirely new set of commissioners who care about fostering true competition, so that we'll get better, more advanced services at less cost. Do you agree with me or not? Let me know, below.

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