what can you tether the one from the market to? A Xoom? A iPod?
Sent from my galaxy nex...oh wait I haven't got it yet ;/
The Free Press argument is weak and will be shot down. The first stipulation of the agreements stipulates that providers won't block lawful content from devices. Theft of service does not constitute lawful content. (3) consumers are entitled to connect their choice of legal devices that do not harm the network; Verizon can easily argue that someone using LTE as an ISP is detrimental to their network.
The Free Press argument has no grounds.
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This will be my last posting on this issue, as it is not my intention to sit and argue this point back and forth. However, I do want to point out that the FCC's rules when auctioning this bandwidth are very clear in intention. I have worked in the signals field prior to getting into digital forensics and have dealt with them directly in the past... they are the top dog when it comes to these things. The free press complaint isn't a stretch for a case they are trying to make to the FCC. They are pointing out a clear violation of what the FCC was directly intending to avoid... originally.
The FCC has, however, been weak in enforcement of this... and although Verizon is clearly NOT preventing our tethering (which it easily can do), they are preventing the average customer from using the bandwidth at will. Free Press has since directly sued the FCC for failure to uphold its own rules.