To help you decide where you stand on Net Neutrality, here are some sites to check out.
- FCC has received over 647,000 net neutrality comments as deadline approaches http://www.theverge.com/2014/7/11/5891541/fcc-received-over-647000-net-neutrality-comments-so-far
- Net Neutrality, As Explained By YouTube’s Geniuses http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/net-neutrality-explained-youtubes-geniuses/
- FCC net neutrality proposals tackle internet fast lane - why no one is happy http://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/2014/05/19/fcc-net-neutrality-proposals-tackle-internet-fast-lane-why-no-one-is-happy/
- FCC DoSed into silence as John Oliver roused net neutrality trolls http://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/2014/06/12/fcc-dosed-into-silence-as-john-oliver-roused-net-neutrality-trolls/
- Net neutrality: Reclassifying broadband would be a long road | PCWorld http://www.pcworld.com/article/2236980/net-neutrality-reclassifying-broadband-would-be-a-long-road.html#tk.rss_all
- Who's against Net neutrality? Follow the money http://www.infoworld.com/t/net-neutrality/whos-against-net-neutrality-follow-the-money-242706?source=IFWNLE_nlt_daily_am_2014-05-19
- Net Neutrality: Your Cheat Sheet To The FCC's Proposal http://readwrite.com/2014/05/16/net-neutrality-fcc-proposal-open-internet
- What the FCC's Net neutrality proposal really means http://www.infoworld.com/print/242610
- The world reacts to the FCC's net neutrality vote | The Verge http://www.theverge.com/2014/5/15/5721276/FCC-reactions-net-neutrality-ohanian-franken
- Shocker: The telcos are not pleased about today's net neutrality vote http://www.engadget.com/2014/05/15/fcc-proposed-net-neutrality-rules-telcos-react/?ncid=rss_truncated
- FCC puts first nail in the coffin of net neutrality | PCWorld http://www.pcworld.com/article/2155622/fcc-puts-first-nail-in-the-coffin-of-net-neutality.html#tk.rss_all
- FCC votes to adopt new net neutrality proposal | The Verge http://www.theverge.com/2014/5/15/5717928/fcc-votes-on-net-neutrality-proposal-in-may-meeting
Make up your mind, then let your voice be heard. The public comment period runs until July 15th, at which point a second phase of commenting will open up. That second phase will run for 57 days beyond that, until September 10th, and is meant to allow the public to reply to comments that the FCC received during the first phase. Traditionally, those interested in making a short comment would have to do so here, on proceeding number 14-28, and longer entries would have to be included as attachments through this larger form. But given the amount of interest the FCC is expecting, it's also set up an email address, openinternet@, where it's accepting comments too in order to make the whole process a bit easier. Regardless of the method, all comments are made publicly. Comments on the proposal have technically been rolling in for months now, but the initial public comment period properly is currently running.