FCC ignored your net neutrality comment, unless you made a ‘serious’ legal argument

[I]gnoring the potential spam, the commission said it didn’t really care about the public’s opinion on net neutrality unless it was phrased in unique legal terms. The vast majority of the 22 million comments were form letters, the official said, and unless those letters introduced new facts into the record or made serious legal arguments, they didn’t have much bearing on the decision. The commission didn’t care about comments that were only stating opinion. – Jacob Kastrenakes, The Verge http://ift.tt/2zZjsqd