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This FCC Commissioner Did A Reddit Chat. It Did Not Go Well

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posted on Nov, 23 2014 @ 01:54 PM
Amazing another Corporate Government rep tries Reddit and goes down in flames:

WASHINGTON -- On Friday, Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Commissioner Mignon Clyburn took to Reddit to do an "Ask Me Anything" session and answer questions about her job. But she soon found herself on the defensive against Reddit users angry about how the FCC has handled net neutrality rulemaking.

Another user asked: "How can we (the Internet!) make ourselves heard in this process? Because it begins to seem like the e-mail campaigns and the phone calls do not have a large effect on convincing the FCC to reclassify ISPs under Title II?"

Clyburn responded: "I disagree completely. Your voices are being heard and your comments are being read."

But many Redditors didn't agree, complaining about the number of Clyburn's answers and their substance. For their responses, check out the full discussion here.


link to the Reddit IAMA


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