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      Anonymous commented  · 

      A good example of anti competitive practice is when a small ISP has two of the biggest providers block their customers e-mails in order to drive a competitor out of business. The other thing that happens is that they just buy up competition and it's gotten to the point where our media has become monopolies that drive up consumer cost. This is in large part due to our failure to aggressively enforce the Sherman Anti-trust laws regarding monopolies. We used to have at least 50 independent TV broadcasters and now we have roughly 4-5 controlling the majority of broadcast TV. Not sure where radio stands but I hear all the time of more and more local stations being bought up by large companies. Same with newspapers, etc. It's to the point where we have a few large corporations controlling news and information content and this runs contrary to the public interest and right to relevant information.

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        Anonymous commented  · 

        I have been told that a huge part of the cost of my cable or satellite service is due to the cost of sports broadcasting. As someone who does not watch sports I resent the fact that I have to bear the cost for those who do. I also resent the varying levels of service when providers divide up popular channels to push consumers to buy an addition 50 channels to access just 1 or 2 more that they want. Also a lot of the 120 channels I pay for I watch roughly 15. many are music, sports, porn, etc.

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          Anonymous commented  · 

          We need a return of the Fairness Doctrine that we stopped enforcing in the 1980's. This has led to our news content being limited to what has entertainment value and more opinion than fact. We do not see real journalism regarding issues of public importance and the public's right to know when it runs contrary to the corporation's interest as owner of the network. They should not be allowed to censor information or lie about something.

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