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 Mar 24, 2008 - 12:00 PM - by Michael
* Wireless auction rigged?

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The Feds are now looking into allegations that the auction of the old TV spectrum was rigged with some false data:

In a press release, PISC referred to a letter they sent to the FCC on March 19, 2008. "[W]hile not accusing any party of wrongdoing, the letter asks the FCC to investigate whether discussions between Morgan O'Brien of Cyren Call and possible D Block bidder Frontline Wireless caused Frontline to lose financial backing and scared off other bidders." Cyren Call, the advisor to The Public Safety Spectrum Trust Corporation, manages the public use of the spectrum in the FCC's public-private partnership.

 

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