There are thousands of comments posted about net neutrality. But how are they read? Are they all actually read? Whose job is it to read them? How do these methods ensure a fair process?
WRSaunders: They are read by analysis computers.
Most of the comments are cut-and-paste. The programs simply count how many copies of each version there are.
Many comments have inaccurate contact information, these are segregated, as they don’t really count.
The unique ones are read by scanners looking to decide what side they are on, and how unique their argument is.
These methods assure that the input positions are understood. Fairness is neither provided or promised.
360-420-scope: Real simple, they don’t.
They aggregate similar letters and count them up and weight them to get a concensus. Then they disregard the letters and do what they want anyway, they don’t have enough to answer to us.
We don’t sign their checks so why would they listen to our baseless opinions?