Google's Larry Page lobbies FCC to free spectrum

The battle for the use of white spaces, the unused portions of the television broadcast spectrum, is heating up. Google co-founder Larry Page attended a Capitol Hill hearing today and called upon the U.S. Federal Communications Commission to "free" the white spaces spectrum so it can be used as an affordable, nationwide, high-speed broadband connectivity […]

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The battle for the use of white spaces, the unused portions of the television broadcast spectrum, is heating up. Google co-founder Larry Page attended a Capitol Hill hearing today and called upon the U.S. Federal Communications Commission to "free" the white spaces spectrum so it can be used as an affordable, nationwide, high-speed broadband connectivity network. Page's message: Five years of testing and discussion on the issue is enough.

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