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Skyp has filed a petition with the FCC to force cell operators to allow the use of its software: The petition wants the FCC to enforce the 1968 Carterphone decision that required any non-harmful devices access to AT&T’s then-closed phone network. This broke AT&T’s monopoly on phone rental, among other changes. Skype wants the same privilege: They want cell customers to be able to run any non-harmful software.
Posted by Glennf at February 22, 2007 9:39 AM
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