FCC seeks input on "open access" enforcement

FCC Chairman Kevin Martin asked attendees at the Legal Futures Conference, an event held at Stanford University and co-sponsored by Google, for advice on how to enforce the open access provision on the C Block in the ongoing 700 MHz auction.

Martin described the enforcement issues as "something the commission is grappling with." Martin also noted that Google has yet to address the enforcement issue: "They haven't given us insight into it, but that doesn't mean I don't think they will."

For more on Martin's speech:
- read this MarketWatch article

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