"[It is] incumbent upon the FCC and all of my colleagues to stand back, figure out what's in this record before us and get to the bottom of these stolen identities", said Rosenworcel.
Schneiderman had argued that "hundreds of thousands of identical anti-net neutrality comments under the names and addresses of unwitting Americans" constitutes illegal impersonation and misuse of a person's identity.
The page "allows anyone that thinks their identity may have been stolen to check the complete file of FCC comments and see if a fake submission was made in their name".
As the FCC prepares to vote to repeal net neutrality rules December 14, opponents are trying their hardest to fight till the end. The agency has also said it "lacks the resources" to investigate every one of the comment records.
For now, Schneiderman called the FCC's entire comment process "deeply corrupted", and asked federal investigators to look into the incident alongside his own probe.
Schneiderman accused the FCC of "stonewalling" on the investigation, although he said that the FCC inspector general had recently offered to help.
There is fear that could lead to higher prices and less access to the internet.
With the FCC set to vote on chairman Ajit Pai's plan to kill neutrality in just over a week, a diverse coalition-ranging from consumer protection organizations to progressive lawmakers to Harvard professors-is denouncing the FCC's proposals and scheduling nationwide protests to combat the agency's move to let massive telecom companies "cash in on the internet" at the expense of consumers. And the son of a woman from Albany contacted Schneiderman's office, he said, to report that she had passed away a month before the comment was submitted. While Pai contends the regulations were hurting ISPs, opponents say it crucially prevented them from imposing restrictive measures such as speed throttling or content preference.
"The FCC needs to help with state investigations. This is an attempt by people who want to keep the Obama Administration's heavy-handed Internet regulations to delay the vote because they realize that their effort to defeat the plan to restore internet freedom has stalled". "We are requesting that you delay your planned vote on this item until you can conduct a thorough review of the state of the record and provide Congress with greater assurance of its accuracy and completeness", they wrote.
Based on Schneiderman's investigation, residents of California, Georgia, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Texas may have also had their personal information used to submit comments on net neutrality, Rosenworcel said.
Flights disrupted as Bali volcano spews ash
However it warned that the movement of ash cloud is highly unpredictable and flights could still be cancelled at short notice. Indonesia sits on the Pacific "Ring of Fire" where tectonic plates collide, causing frequent seismic and volcanic activity.
US Asks China To Cut Off Oil Supply To North Korea
Speaking at the UNSC on Wednesday, Haley warned that North Korea's government will be "utterly destroyed" if a war breaks out. China could control North Korea's regime but doesn't see the need to do so - at least not yet, says a USA senator.
China's Tencent is Now Worth Over $500 Billion
In general, the gain was up 69 percent year - on - year and returns ascended by 61 percent, thanks to Tencent's games industry. It has taken stakes in Snap and Tesla, and in several Asian based startups including Ola, a rival of Uber based in India.
Saad Hariri returns to Lebanon after shock resignation
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani has criticised the Arab League for supporting Saudi Arabia and its role in the war in Yemen. Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri has visited the grave of his father, the late Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri.
Samsung S9 & S9 Plus - May arrive January 2018
However, these leaked images of the phone also seem to match Steve Hemmerstoffer's (@OnLeaks) CAD renders from last month . The left edge of the phone is populated by the volume buttons and what can only be assumed as the dedicated Bixby button.