Groups Demand FCC Release Its AT&T/T-Mobile Analysis
Nov 29, 2011, 8:40 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Public rights advocates Public Knowledge and Media Access Project have asked the Federal Communications Commission to release the details of its report concerning AT&T's proposed acquisition of T-Mobile. The groups contend that "the public deserves for the Commission’s determinations to see the light of day." They want the FCC's findings to become part of the public record so that they may be used in the Department of Justice's lawsuit against AT&T. The groups also accuse AT&T of "gamesmanship" with its attempt to pull its merger paperwork from the FCC. The FCC has yet to respond publicly to the request.
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