Here’s an important note from WINtegrated Solutions’s blog (hat tip to Fuse):

  • The PDC wants to “not interfere with the free flow of political information via the internet, particularly when the information is provided at no or little cost.”
  • The PDC recognizes the “internet is unique and evolving and warrants a restrained regulatory approach at this time.”
  • Where possible, “state regulation of Internet activity will follow the Federal Election Commission approach” (which does not regulate or require disclosure for uncompensated bloggers, and only requires disclosure on expenditures by people buying ads or paying consultants).

Read the entire post, its a good read.

A lot of the conversation the PDC had earlier this fall about internet regulation seemed to fall around work already done by the Federal Election Commission (movie here).