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January 8, 2010
FMC Promotes Tool for FCC Comment-Filing
FMC, the Future of Music Coalition, sent me a pointer to their latest tool, an online way for "musicians, composers and songwriters [to] file public comments"
in the FCC proceedings on net neutrality.
The tool is just a simple form with text boxes that segregate comments into logical groups in response to standard question prompts such as "Give the FCC details about your life as a musician." It's not terribly sophisticated but may lower the barrier sufficiently to encourage people to write more in-depth and informative comments. Now if someone could just demonstrate that any form of public comment actually influenced FCC rulemaking...
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