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Key Stakeholders Support AIRWAVES Bill — for Different Reasons

OTI was cited in a Morning Consult article in reference to their support of the AIRWAVES Act, and Michael Calabrese was quoted.


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Senators Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Bring High Speed Wireless to Rural America

Michael Calabrese was quoted in The Hill on the bipartisan effort to improve wireless networks in underserved rural areas.


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CE, Broadcasters, MVPDs Have ATSC 3.0 Divisions, Replies Show

Recent comments filed with the FCC from New America's Wireless Future Project were quoted in a Communications Daily article.


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Wi-Fi Advocates Raise Concerns on NHTSA Proposal for 5.9 GHz Band

The debate on opening up the 5.9 GHz band to unlicensed use continues.


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T-Mobile dominates spectrum auction, will boost LTE network across US

Michael Calabrese was quoted in Ars Technica about the results of the FCC's spectrum auction.


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Wi-Fi Advocate Says FCC Shouldn't Rewrite Rules for 3.5 GHz Band

The FCC would slow launch of the 3.5 GHz Citizens Broadband Radio Service if it rewrites the rules for the band now.


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FCC Should Remove Uncertainty in Unlicensed in TV Bands, New America Says

The FCC should preserve at least three TV channels in every market consistent with the vacant channel NPRM


Your next Smartphone Might Run on Something Called LTE-U. Here's What That Means.

Michael Calabrese was cited in the Washington Post about LTE-U.


Russia Requires Apple and Google to Remove LinkedIn From Local App Stores

Rebecca MacKinnon was quoted in the New York Times about Russia banning LinkedIn.


Eyes Over Baltimore: How Police Use Military Technology to Secretly Track You

Open Technology Institute was cited in Rolling Stone for filing a complaint against the Baltimore PD’s use of Stingray technology.


Congressional group says backdoor laws would do more harm than good

Kevin Bankston was quoted in The Verge cautioning against encryption backdoors.


Influencers: Trump Won’t Improve Cybersecurity

Peter Singer, Katie Moussouris, Peter Swire, Robert Lee, and Kevin Bankston were interviewed as cyber policy experts in Passcode.