Is the public comment process broken? Does the way the Federal government presently seeks input from the public fail to weed out fraud?
Yes, and yes, says Democratic FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel. Speaking Wednesday (5/9) at the liberal-leaning think tank New America, Rosenworcel slammed her agency for failing to work with state authorities that found their residents’ identities were stolen and then used to file public comments on Net Neutrality.
The “Restoring Internet Freedom” order will take effect on June 11, reversing the 2015 Title II designation. While that can’t be changed by the FCC, the comment process can, she argues.