FCC’s Net Neutrality Site Gets a Blog

    October 15, 2009
    Chris Crum

Last month when FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski gave a speech on Net Neutrality, the FCC also launched OpenInternet.gov. The site is described as the following:

OpenInternet.gov is a place to join the discussion about the important issues facing the future of the Internet. Through this site you can stay connected to all Federal Communication Commission activities on the issue, and share your thoughts and ideas on open Internet.

The site is currently in ‘Beta,’ and will continue to adapt to best facilitate input and participation in the commission proceedings as this discussion evolves. This conversation will be fair, open, and deliberate; and we want to ensure that the opportunity to participate is open to everyone.

Now the site has launched a blog to keep those interested in the Net Neutrality discussion up as up to date as possible. The blog went up on Wednesday, and already has several posts up from Jon Peha, Chief Technologist of the FCC, John Leibovitz, Deputy Chief, Wireless Telecommunications Bureau, FCC, and Genachowski himself.

In addition to offering RSS feeds for interested parties to use to stay up to date with, the FCC is also offering the ability to fllow updates through email, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Blogband, and Ideascale.