FCC should provide subsidies to broadband companies to bring Internet service to Native American reservations. In today Digital Age no one should be excluded from Internet access. Providing Native Americans with Internet will help them to improve communications with friends and family, enhance knowledge and access to diversified information sources on education, health and services.
Yes, the FCC should offer broadband companies federal subsidies to bring Internet service to Native American reservations. I consider Internet access to be a right, not a privilege. As such, the government should be doing whatever it can to ensure all of our citizens have access to the Internet. Having access to the Internet would be very good for reservation communities as it would allow them a greater connection to the outside world.
I think that the internet should become a basic right for all citizens. There are many schools and families on reservations that would greatly benefit from the internet. After everything this country has done to the Native Americans, I think the least that we could do is make sure they have access to the internet.
No, the FCC should not offer broadband companies federal subsidies to bring internet service to Native American reservations, because it is unfair that the Native Americans can get free service and the rest of us can't. Every minority group and women think that they deserve something from the U.S. government. At some point, people have to move on.