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October 05, 2006

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Kevin Murphy

"engaging in conversation with other posters who offer fact-based comments"

No flaming. And we decide what the facts are.

"we will focus on policy issues that have implications for the greatest number of companies and consumers."

No bitching about your phone bill.

Cherise Blumhardt


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Leonia Alvarran


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Lacy Andreatta


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Sharan Vanwyhe


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Leslie

Thank Gawd, Im sick and tired of these countries trnyig to police the internet, when the internet is free from any jurisdiction and/or law body. Its just disgusting how something that no man or enterprise should own get's treated as if the only way we can access it through it is a bottlenecking throttleing ISP. True access to the internetwork would be free with your own cabled services from the exchange! If we have the technical knowledge, why can we not cable and manage our own connections potentially we could all have 1000 mbps fibre connections rather than 50MBPS fibre WTH, most fibre = 1gbps per second +, and we're only offered 50 100 mbps ?!

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