January 29, 2013
Google's Wireless Network Tells Us Much About Economic Freedom and Regulation
Last week, Google announced that it was creating a wireless network in an attempt to likely test the ability for people to connect to mobile networks at a much faster rate than 4G. I was struck by this excerpt:
"Google last week submitted an application to the Federal Communications Commission, asking for an experimental license to create an“experimental radio service” with a two-mile radius covering its headquarters."
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