Internet Association's New Website Lets Users Comment on Bills

Mashable: “The Internet Association, the lobbying conglomerate of big tech companies like Google, Amazon and Facebook, has launched a new website that allows users to comment on proposed bills.
The association unveiled its redesigned website on Monday, and it hopes its new, interactive features will give citizens a way to speak up…
In the “Take Action” section of the website, under “Leave Your Mark,” the association plans to upload bills, declarations and other context documents for netizens to peruse and, most importantly, interact with. After logging in, a user can comment on the bill in general, and even make line edits.”