FCC Makes White Spaces Free for All

On Nov. 4, the Federal Communications Commission unanimously approved to allocate a swatch of wireless spectrum for public uses similar to Wi-Fi.

On Nov. 4, the Federal Communications Commission made perhaps the last significant decision of its term. The commissioners unanimously approved to allocate a swatch of wireless spectrum for public uses similar to Wi-Fi.

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