From: Bill Ross <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Mon, Jul 3, 2006 6:19 AM
Subject: The future of the internet
It's important to remember that the Internet is not a corporate
product. It was not created for or by corporations and it's
is not to make money for corporations.
It's also important to remember how quickly commercial interests
spoil a good thing and how greedy American corporations have
Commercial entities are bound by US Law and by their own customs
market forces to behave only in ways which make them the most
They have no concern for society, individuals, or the Internet
and market forces bear only very indirectly on how they act
The Internet is a public, national and international resource
people, not for corporations, and it should be controlled and
by public organizations, not by commercial interests.
Please work to keep the Internet democratic, open, and neutral.
School of Computer Science
Carnegie Mellon University