This weekend, the Federal Communications Commission got an unexpected surprise when a quarter-million people flooded their offices with letters <> urging the agency to use our airwaves to connect more Americans to an open and affordable Internet.

The mass outcry comes in advance of the FCC efforts to set rules for the upcoming auction of the 700 MHz band of "spectrum." If used right, this slice of public airwaves could beam cheap, high-speed Internet signals to every park bench, coffee shop, workplace, and home in America.

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