Corey Doctorow of bOING bOING has been posting detailed reports from a Stanford conference on spectrum policy. There's a lot of interesting stuff here, all centered around two rival (but not entirely incompatible) approaches to opening the ether, one of which would treat spectrum as private property and the other of which would treat it as a commons.
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