Wednesday, November 04, 2015
Company Faces $718K Fine For Blocking WiFi Hotspots At Baltimore Convention Center
Another company is learning about the fine points of Section 333 of the Communications Act, which prohibits willful interference with any licensed or authorized radio communications. This time, it’s the folks who provided the Baltimore Convention Center’s in-house WiFi service who were caught by the FCC trying to block individual WiFi hotspot users from going online. Meanwhile, Hilton is also being slapped with a proposed fine for its failure to comply with an investigation into its alleged hotspot blocking.
at 11/04/2015 04:00:00 AM