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FCC ignoring danger?

4/12/2013 06:36 PM EDT
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bogdanbmcc
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re: FCC ignoring danger?
bogdanbmcc   4/22/2013 7:59:41 PM
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... lets start with a ban on MBA degree handed to anybody who does not have any other ... The start requring technical pedigree from anybody applying to work in technical agencies ... All that is common sense but I am afraid we lost it some time ago ...

DrQuine
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re: FCC ignoring danger?
DrQuine   4/24/2013 1:50:24 AM
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The EETimes community has a great opportunity to demonstrate leadership on this topic. Please keep us posted on progress towards resolution. Is the FCC going to pursue documented violations or are the watchdog measurements faulty? I'm sure that the collected fines would be appreciated by a hard pressed Washington DC (and encourage the telecommunications industry to improve their self-policing practices).

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