November 14th, 2008 | Published in Google Public Policy
On the heels of the FCC's 5-0 vote to free the airwaves, Larry Page and Chairman Kevin Martin made a joint appearance before a packed session at the Wireless Communications Association conference in San Jose last Thursday. Larry and the Chairman explained how the FCC's vote on "white spaces" -- which paves the way for affordable, high-speed wireless Internet across the United States -- will transform the way Americans use the Internet and communicate with each other. Larry also took the opportunity to thank Chairman Martin and the other FCC Commissioners for their tremendous leadership on this issue.
Check out the video on YouTube: