"ultimately, I hope we can build something that encompasses more real-time data about the wide-ranging economic impacts of networks and the web. An open data platform and API, across the web, for impact metrics."
"Whether you think the Internet Defense League stands for truth, justice and the American way, like a superhero, really depends on where you stand on the issues it supports. Regardless of your opinions, though, one thing you can probably appreciate is the potential of a system like this to give power to everyday people and put them on almost even footing with lobbyists in DC with loads of cash at their disposal."
"The massive innovation and investment fueled by the Internet have been driven by consumer choice in both devices and applications,” FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski said. “The steps taken today will not only protect consumer choice, but defend certainty for innovators to continue to deliver new services and apps without fear of being blocked."
"The opportunity is to define what exactly it means to be a Citizen of the Internet. We need big and bold thinking here because for the first time we have more or less all of humanity connected to each other. So to be a Citizen of the Internet could and should mean to put the world and humanity first."
"Luckily for people who live outside the bubble of Silicon Valley, there is a wonderful group of creators here who believe that everything is broken and that technology, creativity and guts can actually fix it."
"Tapping a button and having something show up is magical when it comes to transportation,” he tells the Times. “We feel it will be magical for other things too."