Tuesday, April 26, 2005

Rediculous Politices

Industry representatives who were chosen to attend the Inter-American Telecommunication Commission were bumped by the Whitehouse for being Kerry supporters in the 2004 election. Those bumped include the representatives for Qualcomm and Nokia (huge telecom firms). A representative for Ibiquity (a digital-radio-technology company) was also banned. So was an anonymous company who only gave $250 dollars to the democratic party.. harsh. This type of thing kinda makes me mad. The Commission is responsible for determining telecommunication standards and regulations.


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