<snip>
Well, for the most part we look out for each other, don't step on each 
others toes, don't lock people out of our networks, ect.  We don't need 
to be all regulated.  We are doing a fine job as is.  WISPs don't do the 
same things the bells do.  Or maybe I don't exactly know what regulation 
means.
</snip>

Er...I get almost a daily "interference complaint" from a WISP who is
looking to sue an unscrupulous competitor for "willful interference"

And how many WISPs would let a competitor on their network?

-Charles

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WISPNOG Park City, UT
http://www.wispnog.com
August 15-17, 2005

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Charles Wu wrote:

>How are WISPs self-regulated?
>
>-Charles
>
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>WISPNOG Park City, UT
>http://www.wispnog.com
>August 15-17, 2005
>
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>Behalf Of Brian Rohrbacher
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>Subject: Re: [WISPA] Fwd: FCC expected toofficially 
>proposeDSLderegulationonThursday
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>
>I feel that we are kind of self regulated, where as the "big boys", 
>when
>left unregulated, go crazy.
>
>Charles Wu wrote:
>
>  
>
>><snip>
>>If anyone recalls the argument I had with Charles Wu...about how I
>>would NEVER surrender ownership of every part of my own network, from 
>>customer to carrier hotel if there was any way of keeping it... </snip>
>>
>>So here's the caveat...
>>
>>If you refuse to be regulated, then you shouldn't complain when the 
>>FCC
>>rewrites the rules and stops regulating phone/cable incumbents
>>
>>You can't have "double standards" - and they can always put up a
>>super-mesh network and trash your spectrum (in Chicago, SBC DSL modems 
>>now come w/ WiFi access points turned on broadcasting away...sure, it's 
>>a convenience to the consumers, but I cannot but wonder if this is an 
>>"insidious method" of trashing 2.4 muni-wifi / wisp networks)
>>
>>-Charles
>>
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>>WISPNOG Park City, UT
>>http://www.wispnog.com
>>August 15-17, 2005
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>> 
>>
>>    
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