The Federal Communications Commission is keeping up with the times, and the best way to do it? Join popular social media sites of course!
The U.S. agency that keeps the telecommunications industry in line has opened up its own account in Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. This is part of their effort to reach out to the public and urge them to vote on what the FCC’s national broadband plan should include.
Those who are interested can go to http://broadband.ideascale.com/ and vote for topics or add their own. As of this writing the topic “Move from ‘advertised’ to ‘actual’ speed” is in the lead with 28 votes.
The public can also follow on the recent topics and other info on the agency’s blog at http://blog.broadband.gov.
Lastly, the public can view the agency’s page on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/FCC and on Twitter at http://twitter.com/FCC.