Federal Communications Commission

Blogband Moderation Policy

August 18th, 2009 by Admin User

Blogband seeks to provide insight into the FCC National Broadband Plan. The public should react to the topics being discussed at Blogband with respectful and civil discourse. Relevant discussion and debate are encouraged. Blogband is a moderated blog and comments will be reviewed before posting. Inappropriate comments will not be posted and include threats; slurs; abusive or obscene language; personal attacks; promotion of commercial services or products; and spam. To protect your privacy and that of others, please do not include personal phone, email, or mailing information in the body of your comments. Comments that are not directly related to the blog post will be posted on the Off Topic Comments page. Comments will be monitored during normal business hours and will be reviewed as speedily as possible.

If you wish to communicate with the Broadband Taskforce by means other than commenting on Blogband, you may do so here. Please note that commenting in this blog is not a substitute for submitting a formal comment in the record of a specific Commission proceeding.

This comment policy may be amended or modified in the future.

Capture The Phone Numbers Using Your Camera Phone

If you have a camera and a 2D matrix code reader on your mobile phone, you can capture the FCC Phone numbers right to your phone by following these three easy steps:
Step 1: Take a photograph of one of the codes below using the camera on your mobile phone.
Step 2: Use your phone's Datamatrix or QR Code reader to decode the information on the photograph. Please note, these code readers are device specific and are available to download on the internet.
Step 3: Store the decoded address information to your phone's address book and use it with your Maps or GPS application.

Datamatrix and QR FCC Phones