Quick! Gov't wants our input on how to run the Internet
The US government is asking for comments on how the internet should be run, and anyone is allowed to comment - but you'll need to be quick.Here are the details. And here are some already published comments.
The NTIA - an arm of the US government's department of commerce - is holding a public meeting at the end of July over what should happen to the current Internet overseeing organisation ICANN when its contract is renewed in September. In the meantime, it has opened a public comment board where you are able to email comments for the US government and the rest of the world to see. The board is open now but comments need to be sent by this Friday, 7 July.
Now's the time to flood them with demands to keep the NET NEUTRAL!
Send your email to DNSTransition@ntia.doc.gov.