Last week, Rep. Mike Doyle (D-Pa.) called on fans of the FCC's Title II-based Open Internet order to flood the FCC with comments, setting 10 million as a target.
Many of the comments are from those opposed to those rules, but as of Friday (july 21), the docket had pushed to 10.6 million comments from more than 6.2 million at the time of Doyle's statement.
Initial comments were due July 17, with reply comments due Aug. 16. The FCC continues to accept comments, but after the deadline they don't necessarily have to be factored into the final decision for the FCC to have done its due diligence.
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