Logan’s Wi-Fi Chokehold

Kevin Martin, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, is trying to get the endorsement of most of the five-member body to put an end to the monopoly of the Advanced Wireless Group in providing wireless Internet access at Logan Airport. Last year, Continental Airlines complained with the commission over the action of Massachusetts Port Authority to shut down a separate service provided to the airline’s President’s Club members. MassPort argued that WiFi competition would cause interference with vital airport communications. Continental rejected this opinion, saying the service has not caused any disturbance at other airports.
Via [boston.com]

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