As broadcasters leave the airwaves, Wi-Fi providers are stepping in to the void to provide service across this spectrum that affords webcasting at a very high level.
The airwaves are a public trust. They are licensed and broadcasters pay for the right to use them. And they had to abide by fairness laws, and reserve time for educational, news and public service programming.
Now that this spectrum is being given over to webcasters (and you can be sure this means AT&T, Verizon and the rest) will they have to abide by laws updated for this technology? Because this is where net neutrality and Wi-Fi becomes a serious public debate.
Where does your elected representative stand on these issues?