Thursday, November 02, 2006

FCC rules on Wi-Fi at Logan Airport

The FCC ruled yesterday that Logan International Airport cannot restrict the placement of Wi-Fi antennas in the airport. The ruling was in response to a complaint by Continental Airlines. In interpreting the Over the Air Reception Devices Rule, the FCC Commissioner states " enables American consumers and businesses to offer and receive broadband services at the most local levels – at any time, in any place." Commentary and news reports available in the Boston Globe article on November 2, 2006 and on