FCC Lauches ‘Reboot’ Web Site to Spur Discussion of Agency Reform and Data
Broadband Data, FCC, Transparency
January 11th, 2010
WASHINGTON, January 11, 2010 – The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday launched http://reboot.fcc.gov, a new interactive website attempting to foster public discussion on how to best improve the agency.
The site includes many opportunities for public input on a variety of facets of FCC operations, including greater release of FCC data, the development of new systems such a the “Consolidated Licensing System,” and the redesign of the main agency website, http://FCC.gov.
FCC Dives Into Web 2.0 Applications, Tools to Plug Free and Open Intenet
Broadband Updates, FCC, National Broadband Plan
October 27th, 2009
The FCC has established the OpenInternet.gov web site as a portal for public participation in the discussion about preserving the free and open Internet, introducing collaborative tools Web 2.0 applications. Among the links included on the site is one to Idealscale at http://openinternet.ideascale.com/, which allows the public to evaluate, rank and discuss the ideas regarding the open Internet, in new and improved pathways for communication to encourage and facilitate public participation.