Last updated: February 21, 2008 - 8:47am
M2Z SAYS IT WON'T SUE FCC, FOR NOW
[SOURCE: Lasar's Letter on the FCC, AUTHOR: Matthew Lasar]
The would-be proprietors of a national, smut free broadband network say they won't take legal action against the Federal Communications Commission for denying them spectrum, at least not yet. M2Z Chair Milo Medin wrote to FCC Commissioner Deborah Taylor Tate Monday, informing her that the company will wait a "reasonable interval" before deciding whether to sue the agency.
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