Auction May Lead to Free Internet
The FCC is looking into the idea of requiring the winner of an upcoming Internet spectrum auction to offer free wireless Internet throughout large parts of the U.S., the AP reported Thursday. The commission is set to vote on the proposal at its meeting next month.
A similar proposal, by a California firm called M2Z Networks, was rejected last year by the FCC. According to Reuters, the winner would have to filter out “obscene content” from those airwaves, Reuters reported.
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