FCC Wi-Fi Blocking Case Compared To Lame 'B-Movie Dracula'

By Margaret Harding McGill (December 2, 2015, 7:25 PM EST) -- The Federal Communications Commission's factual and legal case against a company accused of blocking Wi-Fi hot spots at the Baltimore Convention Center is as weak as a "B-movie Dracula" under the harsh light of reality, the company said in a filing Tuesday.

M.C. Dean Inc. blasted both the FCC investigation and legal foundation underpinning a $718,000 proposed fine against the electrical contracting company in its response to the FCC's notice of apparent liability, or NAL. M.C. Dean said in the response that there is no evidence the company acted maliciously, engaged in indiscriminate Wi-Fi blocking or tried to deauthenticate hot spots...

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