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Microsoft and Google agree Wi-Fi hotspots shouldn’t be blocked by hotels

Microsoft and Google agree Wi-Fi hotspots shouldn't be blocked by hotels

Access to the internet is increasingly becoming a necessity for most who have become dependent upon devices to get through their day. Companies like hotels and airports where large numbers of people congregate offer paid Wi-Fi access, and are trying to get the FCC to allow them to block personal Wi-Fi hotspots. The federal government has stepped in several times concerning how wireless access points can be accessed, but now Google and Microsoft are asking the FCC to ignore hotel chain’s attempt to control Wi-Fi in their buildings.

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