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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Dennis Wharton
"For us, even being a little bit selfish, that translates into more revenue for us. If we have 10 percent better connectivity in the U.S., then we have 10 percent more revenue," he said.
He said that, like any other consumer device, any device that uses white space would be tested and certified by the FCC for noninterference before it was allowed to go on the market.