Curtis J. Neeley Jr.


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The FCC was given authority to
regulate broadcasts on wire and
on radio.Online was combination
of these mediums. Title II of the
Communications Act demands
everyone be treated equally using
online and only Congress may
repeal this. The FCC can't.


. . . . Neeley  v 5 Federal Communications Commissioners, et al, (14-cv-5135)(14-3447) was called "gobbledygook" and ignored by United States Court for the Western District of Arkansas and the Eighth Circuit due to porn addictions. This litigation demanded  laws passed by Congress be enforced and the Copy[rite] Act of 1790 be recognized as the misspelling of copy+rite this has always been! This should have been the most impacting litigation EVER done in the history of humanity. {EVER}

. . . . The FCC alleged to begin treating "online" as the Title II Common Carrier of wire communications this has always been on February 26, 2015, as demanded in my suit above.
The FCC alleged to comply with my demand but "online" is still often a criminal use of wire.

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