FCC Uses Web 2.0 to Promote Net Neutrality

The FCC under Julius Genachowski has moved into using all aspects of Web 2.0 to promote its stance on net neutrality. The FCC is using the new mediums, including Facebook, Twitter and a new application OpenInternet.gov to keep individuals abreast of developments in the net neutrality debate.

Genachowski supports the move to net neutrality, claiming that it will keep the internet open and free to promote innovation, collaboration and job creation. OpenInternet allows users to voice their opinions on the topic of net neutrality and even vote on other’s ideas. The site is currently in Beta mode.

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