Article (news?) Item: "The FCC could ask you to pay to complain The FCC could ignore your complaint unless you cough up $225." https://www.engadget.com/2018/07/11/fcc-complaints-rule-change/ "A proposed rule change at the FCC has raised concerns that the organization is attempting to abdicate its responsibilities to the public. This Thursday, the Commission will consider altering its complaints-handling procedure between individuals and their service providers. Until now, people have been able to make informal complaints to the FCC, which has to at least attempt to deal with their concerns. The concern with the rule change is that now, these issues would simply be forwarded on to the provider in question." While this proposed action is, at the moment, only affecting complaints by individuals against Service Providers, if adapted... one has to wonder if, should it be enacted, it will set precedent. Would you want to pay the FCC to read and (hopefully) respond to a complaint regarding an issue in the Amateur Service? If so, how much? What would you expect for your $$$ -- and what would you do if you still got ignored or blown off?