Thursday, June 14, 2007

the unbanal drollery of spectrum auctions

I don't think I could agree more with this sentiment by Kevin Drum about the upcoming 700 Mhz spectrum allocation auction. Political issues can be boring enough as it is for the average person, but I think telecommunications policy faces some additional hurdles to being relevant to the public. I hope above all that some politician, preferably a presidential candidate, can turn this into a viable issue. The ramifications for the public sphere, for innovation, and for consumer choice and service improvement, could not be more clear. via MY

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