[May 15, 2014, New York, NY] "I am profoundly disappointed in the Federal Communications Commission’s vote today in favor of Chairman Tom Wheeler’s proposal to allow Internet providers to charge companies a fee for preferred access to their customers. The Internet has expanded because of taxpayer dollars, and it belongs to every single one of us. Favoritism and pay-to-play deals challenge net neutrality, and do not stand aligned with the principals of our free-market economy. We are now in the period for public comment, and I encourage anyone who is concerned about the future of our Internet to kindly reach out to the Federal Communications Commission and voice their opinions.” L. Blake Harvey, founder, Lawrence Blake Group International. Contact: Shiva Prasad M.S. (646) 481-8237.