Michael Botein, a professor at New York Law School, writes that although Wi-Fi has been in existence for a decade, only in the last few years has there been any impetus to offer it to the population at large. The logical initial entrants into Wi-Fi might have been cellular operators, which had experience and antenna sites. Instead, local governments, usually with private sector partners, were the first to show interest. This has provoked considerable backlash, which does not seem close to resolution.
New York Law Journal
January 16, 2007
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