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The Genesis of Unlicensed Wireless Policy

The Genesis of Unlicensed Wireless Policy
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This e-book presents a collection of papers presented at a George Mason University Law School Conference on “The Evolution of Unlicensed Wireless Policy: How Spread Spectrum Devices Won Access to License-Exempt Bandwidth” on 4 April 2008. The conference, organized by GMU Law School’s Information Economy Project, reviewed the development of unlicensed wireless policy in the USA with the goal of assisting scholars in understanding how current unlicensed policies came into being. It looked at the interplay between regulation and innovation and examined policy initiatives from industry and from inside the government. It also reviewed technological and market responses to changes in regulation.
Emerald Group Publishing Limited; August 2009
92 pages; ISBN 9781848559790
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