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Re: FCC on wifi at hotel

  • From: Brandon Galbraith
  • Date: Wed Feb 28 18:48:18 2007
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On 2/28/07, Steve Meuse <[email protected]> wrote:

On 2/28/07, Jared Mauch < [email protected]> wrote:

        I do suggest reading this.  They can not legally bar you from
using the devices.  They can charge you outrageous fees to get to/from
the MMR or telco demarc and make it prohibitively expensive.

Right, a wifi that goes nowhere isn't terribly useful :)

You could always get to upstream via wireless.