Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 6th Dec 2011 23:05 UTC
Legal I guess this is something many Americans hope would happen in the United States: the Dutch competition watchdog has raided offices of T-Mobile, Vodafone and KPN, the three Dutch carriers. The three carriers are accused of illegal price fixing, something they've already been found guilty of about ten years ago.
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RE[3]: We don't like the price
by zima on Wed 7th Dec 2011 22:52 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: We don't like the price"
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that means whoever can afford the biggest transmitter wins, and barriers to entry are even higher

That probably wouldn't work even that "well" - when there are no regulatory obstacles, it's much easier to jam than to orderly & efficienty transmit, receive, etc., I believe? (essentially making the "self-regulatory" mechanisms a one giant web of extortions, at best)

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