In the following 3 minute video clip, FCC Commissioner Rosenworcel invites the American people to email her about broadband coverage problems around the country.

 

The Commissioner set up an email account specifically dedicated to hearing from the public about broadband “fails.”

 
Commissioner Rosenworcel states,
“I set up this account [broadbandfail.fcc.gov] to take in the public stories and ideas. And I will share everything that comes in with the Chairman and with my colleagues, because I think it’s time to turn every one of those ‘broadband fails’ into something better – ‘broadband success.’” 
Although the Commissioner’s invitation was intended to be used to map out and address coverage gaps, it would well serve those of us fighting 5g-small cells as a means to give the Commission honest feedback from the public of what we actually DO want – safe, reliable, fast, cyber secure, and energy efficient fiber to all homes and businesses.  We do NOT want to compromise our health and privacy with the forced installation of small cell towers next to our homes.  Profit and “mobile speed” do not trump our health and privacy. 
 
Please take a moment to send a short email to Commissioner Rosenworcel, at broadbandfail@fcc.gov, stating that the American people choose health and privacy over wireless speed and data harvesting.
 
The Message

We want safe, reliable, fast, cyber-secure, and energy efficient fiber to all homes and businesses. 
We do not want small cells in front of our homes emitting harmful radiation 24/7, and that will invade our privacy by providing the “necessary” infrastructure to harvest our data.

 
Again, send your email to:  broadbandfail@fcc.gov. 

To add extra weight to your message, please cc the following people from the FDA, CDC, and NCI (National Cancer Institute)