writes "Surprised no one picked this up (then again, I'm probably the only one who browses Congressional records...)
Rep. Bob Goodlatte of Virginia introduced H.R. 1686 to the House of Representatives on May 5th. The full scoop can be read here.
This bill, amongst other items, removes the FCC from regulating the Internet, preventing the forcing of broadband customers from buying Internet access from the broadband provider, and making it a Federal crime to "knowingly use another person's Internet e-mail address, or "domain name," to send unsolicited mass e-mails."
Sounds good, if you ask me. Write your congressperson to support this. "
(Insert "I Am Not A Lawyer Clause" here). Anyone good at reading legal documents want to take a stab at this?
Is it as good as it looks?