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Cynthia Yildirim 8:01 PM (edited)  -  +1'd on www.businessinsider.com  -  Public
Other side of argument  Telecom Corporations Are Trying To Stop The Government From Offering Free 'Super Wi-Fi'

http://www.businessinsider.com/fcc-government-public-wifi-networks-2013-2

"The $178 billion telecom industry is scrambling to kill a government plan to provide free "super Wi-Fi" across the country, The Washington Post's Cecilia Kang reports.

Although the Federal Communications Commission's plan has been talked about for years, it got a boost last week with a lobbying campaign from the tech industry. Google and Microsoft told the FCC that additional public Wi-Fi would spur "millions of de­vices that will compose the coming Internet of things," a resounding early endorsement of the nascent policy proposal.

The wireless industry responded with a fierce and well-funded campaign to kill the proposal.

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#union #iww #occupy #ows #p2 #p2b #tlot #tcot

Cynthia Yildirim 8:01 PM (edited) - +1'd on www.businessinsider.com - Public
Other side of argument Telecom Corporations Are Trying To Stop The Government From Offering Free 'Super Wi-Fi'

http://www.businessinsider.com/fcc-government-public-wifi-networks-2013-2

"The $178 billion telecom industry is scrambling to kill a government plan to provide free "super Wi-Fi" across the country, The Washington Post's Cecilia Kang reports.

Although the Federal Communications Commission's plan has been talked about for years, it got a boost last week with a lobbying campaign from the tech industry. Google and Microsoft told the FCC that additional public Wi-Fi would spur "millions of de­vices that will compose the coming Internet of things," a resounding early endorsement of the nascent policy proposal.

The wireless industry responded with a fierce and well-funded campaign to kill the proposal.

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