2018-08-18T18:29:53-04:00https://images.c-span.org/Files/729/20180818183053001_hd.jpgThomas Hazlett talked about the history of wireless spectrum regulation and his book, The Political Spectrum. He suggested that regulation actually held back spectrum development and created a vast wasteland. Mr. Hazlett is a former FCC chief economist and a Clemson University professor.
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