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FCC Must Choose Between Many or Few with Spectrum Rule Change

Reproduced with permission. Published May 15, 2018. Copyright 2018 by The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc. (800-372-1033)

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A proposed rule change before the Federal Communications Commission for spectrum licenses in the 3.5 GHz band presents a clear choice between the needs of the few and the needs of the many—though with some complications.

Internet Freedom Restored: New Compliance Obligations

#WISPAwebinar | May 21, 2018

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New open Internet transparency obligations go into effect on June 11, and the new rules require more detailed disclosures to consumers than what has been required since 2015. It is critical that broadband providers understand the rules and how they can comply, and avoid FCC and FTC enforcement action.

WISPA and Diverse Coalition of Allies Unite on CBRS Spectrum Proposal

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Washington, DC – A large, diverse coalition representing thousands of companies and organizations – including the Wireless Internet Service Providers Association (WISPA) – today proposed a compromise approach to the licensing of Priority Access Licenses (PALs) in the Citizens Broadband Radio Service spectrum band (CBRS, 3550-3700 MHz).

WISPs Renew Call for Use of Census Tracts for 3.5 GHz Band PALs

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Representatives of wireless Internet service providers today renewed their call for the FCC to retain census tracts as the geographic area for licensing priority access licenses (PALs) in the 3.5 gigahertz band Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS), rather than using larger geographic areas favored by nationwide providers, CTIA, and the Competitive Carriers Association.
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