Today, a coalition of over 25 organizations — including the New America Foundation's Open Technology Institute [OTI], public interest, media reform, Internet freedom, grassroots, and business organizations — sent a letter to President Obama urging him to choose a strong public-interest advocate to become chairperson of the Federal Communication Commission.
"The role of the public interest is to act as a watchdog and hold policymakers accountable for fulfilling their duty to the people of the United States, and that is exactly what we are going to do," said OTI Director Sascha Meinrath. "To date, the Obama Administration's FCC has displayed timidness in its response to many of the problems plaguing our media and telecommunications industries; it's time for an FCC headed by a bold leader, rather than one who constantly makes excuses about why he or she doesn't make the hard decisions."
The letter states:
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