The FCC's Open Internet docket is starting to fill up with new comments, according to the FCC's online list of the most active proceedings.
It remains number three on the top 10 list with 402 comments in the past 30 days. That is still way below the 992 Lifeline subsidy program compliance filings in that last 30 days and the 1,246 filings on the high-cost fund, both of those related to the Universal Service Fund for broadband subsidies.
But it is the busiest docket since last week, when some Democratic members of Congress called on the public to begin flooding the FCC again with support for retaining the Title II-based Open Internet order.
There have been over 200 comments logged since last week (there were 178 as of Feb. 9).
By contrast, the two USF dockets only logged 68 new comments combined.
Sen. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) said that pushback on any potential rollback of Title II by new FCC chairman Ajit Pai would make the 4 million-plus comments filed on net neutrality previously look minuscule by comparison.
The smarter way to stay on top of broadcasting and cable industry. Sign up below.
Thank you for signing up to Broadcasting & Cable. You will receive a verification email shortly.
There was a problem. Please refresh the page and try again.