FCC May Review Complaints About AT&T's FaceTime Policy
Does AT&T not know who to pay off?
And I do feel the need to point out, which most people don't bother to, that the old at&t monopoly was a government monopoly, the government GRANTED at&t monopoly status, and established at&t as a monopoly....at&t didn't achieve ...
As one who has experienced AT&T's egregious policies and scorched earth behavior first hand, I can assure you:
1. AT&T has the best government money can buy
2. They HAVE achieved their current oligarchy status by forcing out competitors and putting small inovators and upstarts out of business
3. They are masters at "Astroturfing" public opinion
The change in attitude at the FCC is more due to the current Obama administration who is not as (overtly)chummy with at&t in contrast to the previous eight years with Bush, who was their lapdog. Under Bush, at&t got numerous favors, issues buried by Justice Department and even got the Supreme Court to do their bidding.
Of course, true competition in telecom and broadband is neut...
Yes, Obama is passionately anti-business, anti-profit, and anti-private sector, and I have no doubt that Obama would very much like to nationatlize the wireless industry, but in this case, it is more a case of the FCC and Obama having a common ideology, rather than Obama simply telling ...
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