FCC keeps secret Google TV landgrab under wraps forever

Posted by | September 30, 2016 | | No Comments

Originally published in The Register on September 30, 2016.

“Fred Campbell, former director of the wireless bureau at the FCC, explains that ordinarily the public could at least talk to the commissioners about the most recent set-top box proposal after it was removed from the FCC’s meeting. ‘But in a move that appears to have gone unnoticed yesterday, Wheeler decided to forbid the general public from discussing set-top box issues with anyone at the FCC.’”