16 Sep '14, 5pm

@Blakei @GoDaddy GoDaddy PAC gave over $33,000 to Senators who wrote FCC opposing net neutrality.

Yesterday was the last day to get comments into the FCC with regards to Net Neutrality. Tech Crunch noted that there were over 3 million comments with a few hours left, this was double the number reported last week. There were several websites that asked for the public to speak up. Name Cheap has been out there urging everyone to get involved, and Blake Irving of Go Daddy sent a letter to FCC Chairman Wheeler, which he posted on his blog . Irving wrote: Dear Chairman Wheeler: GoDaddy is a technology platform company with a vision to help people to easily start, confidently grow and successfully run their own ventures by providing Internet-based business tools and services. With nearly 60 million domain names under management and serving billions of unique DNS queries every day, GoDaddy’s infrastructure represents a substantial portion of what Americans think of as the Inte...

Full article: http://www.thedomains.com/2014/09/16/fcc-receives-over-3-...

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