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Posted by Site Administrator on November 3, 2006
The FCC ruled yesterday that Boston Logan airport can't forbid it's tenants from setting up their own Wi-Fi networks. See article.
I think it's the right decision - that's the point of unlicensed spectrum. No one owns it. You can't have all of the benefits - scale, low cost, standards, interoperability - if it's not.
Living in a city though, I understand the frustration. I can "see" quite a few access points from my flat in SF. I dread the day that a Muni network is overlayed or my neighbors set up 802.11n.
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