Ok...Here is a quote from the story......
WASHINGTON-President Bush, facing a huge budget deficit, today proposed
squeezing more money from the nation's airwaves by supporting
legislative changes that would allow the Federal Communications
Commission to set "user fees" on "un-auctioned" radio spectrum.
It says "user fees" on "un-auctioned radio spectrum"
Granted the press might have mis-stated the story but it reads pretty
clear to me. Part 15 is "un-auctioned" spectrum. And considering we
"use" the spectrum, who wouuld pay the "user" fees??
And the heading of the story specifically states "unlicensed spectrum".
Soooo......I am open to suggestions. Personally....I am tired of paying
money for everything and getting nothing in return. But I'm a team
player so lead on....
John Scrivner wrote:
If I read this right it does not specifically mention unlicensed
spectrum but does refer to spectrum not already auctioned which could
mean whitespace. We probably have a chance to spin this to our
advantage unless you guys all would rather just bitch and moan.
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