Update #1: Sorting the FCC’s Open Internet Public Comments
This is the first update on Texifter’s effort to support the crowd source review of the FCC’s Open Internet (a.k.a. “Net Neutrality”) public comments. Help review and report on what the public has said about the future of the Internet.
If you are getting ready to code some public comments, please take a look at this introduction to the first experimental coding task.
About Stuart Shulman
is a political science professor, software inventor, entrepreneur, and garlic
who coaches U13 boys club soccer and in the Olympic Development Program with a national D-license. He is Founder & CEO of Texifter, LLC, Director of QDAP-UMass
, and Editor Emeritus of the Journal of Information Technology & Politics
. Stu is the proud owner of a Bernese/Shepherd named "Colbert" who is much better known as 'Bert. You can follow his exploits @stuartwshulman
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