In the News
April 30, 2013
- Just posted another article up on Phandroid.com concerning Verizon's refusal to support Google Wallet. I've deconstructed their argument and have shown how they are not being truthful to the FCC.
March 4, 2013
- Phandroid posted another article I wrote concerning the FCC and White House response to the DMCA unlocking ban. Check out the article on Phandroid.com.
February 11, 2013
- Check out my first article as a contributing writer on Phandroid.com found here concerning the APPS Act and data privacy.
January 10, 2013
- It's a new year and it's time for a re-NEWed effort to get the FCC to recognize Verizon's violation of the C Block Regulations. I have submitted an Amended Complaint to the FCC. Feel free to download the Amended Complaint and check it out.
October 26, 2012
- Complaint filed with FCC concerning Verizon's alleged violation of C Block regulations in regard to disallowing users to download Google Wallet from the Google Play Store.
September 27, 2012
- New article on aosp.us discussing my speculations, based on available facts and data, who is responsible for Google Wallet being removed from the Verizon Galaxy Nexus.
September 19, 2012
- Check out my article on aosp.us. Big thanks to P3Droid for posting the article and everything he's done for the Android Community. Next issue to tackle: Google Wallet getting pulled from the Galaxy Nexus, who's responsible?
July 31, 2012
- FCC releases decision to fine Verizon Wireless $1.25 Million based on violations of the upper 700 Mhz C Block regulations. The decision and fine was based upon the facts that Verizon specifically disallowed certain applications, that competed with its services, to be installed on smartphones on their network. All issues outlined and submitted to the FCC in my Complaint dated December 1, 2011. FCC Decree found here and FCC Annoucement found here.
December 1, 2011
- I drafted a complaint in the form of a legal brief and submitted it to the FCC and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand alleging violations of FCC's upper 700 Mhz C Block regulations by Verizon Wireless. The complaint, found here, alleged that Verizon Wireless blocked in installation of certain applications on it's 4G LTE smartphone devices in violation of 47 C.F.R. §27.16.