From: "Sean Bryant" <absentminds@gmail.com>
To: <DNSTransition@ntia.doc.gov>
Date: Mon, Jul 3, 2006 10:43 AM
Subject: Regarding the Internet

Hello there, I understand that changes may be coming for how the internet is operated. I am strongly opposed to these changes, along with everyone I have told about the changes. To have some sites have an additional charge seems to be setting up a two-tier system, where some people would only be able to access the less desirable content. It is in effect seperated the lower and upper classes once again. The internet is one of the few places where everyone has equal standing and is able to access the same content as
everyone else, everyone is more or less an equal. By changing this it will once again change the balance in power. If this was really in the interest of the major media corporations, don't you think that they would advertise it and try to win people over to their side? The only outlets that have been talking about this are independent media sources, of which only a small minority reads.

Please maintain "net-neutrality", and publicize this bill, as it's important that the public is aware of what's happening. Thank you.

Sean Bryant