|reply to DaneJasper |
Re: Bravo for uncovering bogus "interest" groups
Bravo for uncovering bogus "interest" groups. You mean like Public Knowledge? Brodsky wants a big chunk of that $350 million for his own organization and that may be his underlying bias against Connected Nation.
Public Knowledge has argued that they're derailing more serious broadband mapping efforts already underway in a number of States. That's a big deal, since included in the $7 billion dollar broadband stimulus plan is $350 million to be spent on mapping.
My BLOG .. .. Internet News .. .. My Web Page
La Grange, IL
said by FFH:Well put.
Bravo for uncovering bogus "interest" groups. You mean like Public Knowledge? Brodsky wants a big chunk of that $350 million for his own organization
Just so you know, I wrote my first story about Connected Nation more than a year ago, long before there was any thought about a need for the stimulus. see »www.publicknowledge.org/node/1334
I've done several more stories since, which you are free to examine at your leisure.
Ok, in the interest of time, the whom in your opinion, would be an independant guard or group to give this task to?
who should do mapping????
|reply to artbrodsky |
Supporters of "Public Knowledge?"
Art, you might want to publish a list of Public Knowledge's contributors here -- preferably the one from your 2008 Form 990 -- so that folks know which corporations you are lobbying for.
...and there was a deafening silence.