Well apparently the idea of unequal protection, is not a problem in Washington as the FTC mulls the idea of creating guides that only would allegedly be enforced on the internet creating an unequal burden on advertisers who advertise online as opposed to broadcast advertising.
This would create a chilling effect on the NASDAQ and the internet for many small business owners who have just now begun to advertise online.
Stop playing politics with the lives of Americans.
Stop playing politics with small business.
Stop playing politics with policies that are not equally protective of
Un Equal protection, under the law is that the way that Washington prefers to do things these days?
You just have to scratch your head and wonder about all the strange goings on in the minds of those odd people.
The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday detailed plans for its so-called “third way” to reclassify broadband service as a telecommunications service, which would help the agency reassert its authority for regulating the Internet, after it lost an important legal battle last month.
The purpose of the statement is to put the agency on stronger legal footing after a federal appeals court ruled last year
that the FCC had no legal authority to punish Comcast for slowing down BitTorrent traffic on its network. The FCC officially censured Comcast for violating its Net neutrality principles.
The court decision has called into question the FCC’s authority for any regulation of the Internet, especially new regulation the agency is forming to deal with Net neutrality–the broad question of whether rules are needed to prevent lopsided treatment for certain Web sites or types of Internet traffic. The chairman’s statement, which asks for input from the public and the industry in determining how traffic should be reclassified, is a step toward making the FCC’s legal status in regulating broadband services more certain.
There are a lot of other things that could be much more important than trying to take control over the internet one has to question the intent of that issue.
So what is going on with this new attempt to apply a different set of rules for online advertisers than they do for off line advertisers?