Network World recently published in an in-depth look at the FCC's ruling that businesses can no longer block personal Wi-Fi signals within their locations and Resolute's very own VP Information Technology, Frank DeMasi, was quoted:
Frank DeMasi, VP of IT at wireless network and infrastructure company Resolute Partners, calls the FCC's approach "a war on service". He continues: "If you own a building or provide a service and you have to allow people to bring their own [Wi-Fi] with no regard to your personal property rights or service rights, I see that as an issue. It seems the FCC is about making [Wi-Fi] available everywhere no matter what."
DeMasi compared the situation to owning a football stadium -- and selling concessions -- and not being allowed to ban ticket holders from bringing in their own beers and hot dogs. That would certainly cut into profits, he said.
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