February 14, 2013 at 14:45 PM EST
It's Not Super WiFi, but It's Still Important: The Debate Over 'Unlicensed Spectrum'
On February 3 Cecilia Kang of the Washington Post wrote an article about a federal plan to create a super WiFi network. The story was widely picked up and circulated with an array of media outlets reporting on the promised new network and the major mobile carriers' plans to block its creation. (See Mashable's "Government Wants to Create Free Public 'Super Wi-Fi" and Business Insider's "Telecom Corporations Are Trying To Stop The Government From Offering Free 'Super WiFi.'")   Soon enough however contrary reports surfaced saying that the media had misunderstood the FCC's debate and that a free Super-WiFi was ...
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