FCC commissioner Jonathan Adelstein joined tech policy pundits, entrepreneurs, and venture capitalists on June 24 to launch a new initiative aimed at making broadband a priority in the United States, CNET reports. The main purpose of the group, which calls itself InternetforEveryone.org, is to help organize public support for a national broadband policy. Prominent figures in the tech world, including Google Chief Internet Evangelist Vinton Cerf, as well as law professors Larry Lessig of Stanford and Tim Wu of Columbia, are also members of the group. Adelstein, one of two Democratic commissioners on the FCC, has been a big proponent


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