Monday, May 10, 2021

Here is one way the big money gets what it wants from Fed Agencies and Congress--overwhelming them with 8.5 M fake grassroots comments

NY AG accuses broadband companies of fueling fake net neutrality comments
FCC meeting room
An NY AG report concluded Broadband for America’s campaign contributed to the submission of 8.5 million fraudulent public comments to the FCC. (BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP via Getty Images
New York Attorney General Letitia James released a report, which alleged a broadband group backed by big name providers including AT&T, Comcast and Charter fueled the submission of millions of fraudulent comments in the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC's) 2017 net neutrality proceeding.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The FCC must be forced to reverse the ruling that would not have been possible with the fraudulently obtained political cover, and by extension the FCC misinforming the American public.

Since that ruling, consumers have seen the prices from these media companies do nothing but rise at an alarming rate. A Class Action needs to be filed to refund all consumers for the price fixing that has occurred since this FCC fraud occurred.

Its well past the time when the Antitrust Division must break up Big Media - which in completely controlled by a few powerful people. America has become a giant oligopoly with massive concentrations in banking, pharma, and big box retail, just to name a few.

The consumer is being taken to the cleaners...