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FCC Blocks GPS-Jamming Broadband

Fearing it would interfere with GPS devices, the Federal Communications Commission is revoking the permit of the company LightSquared to build a nationwide wireless broadband network. What do you think?

  • “This is just like the federal government, always sticking its nose in areas it's mandated by law to regulate.”

    Mike Downy Thrill Supplier
  • “Good. I didn’t just spend $172 on a fish finder for it not to work just so some idiot can play Scrabble on his phone.”

    Elizabeth Burke Bartender
  • “A nationwide wireless broadband network is a pretty stupid idea anyway. You just know Cuba would steal our signal.”

    Sarah Palermo Memorial Defacer


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