FCC settlement with Wi-Fi router maker a win for open source advocatesAug 03, 2016, 04:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Bob Brown)
The FCC and TP-Link have agreed to a creative settlement that slaps the home and SMB Wi-Fi router maker with a $200K fine for violating wireless emission rules, but also requires the vendor to work with the open source community and chipset makers to allow modification of TP-Link devices.
"The Commission's equipment rules strike a careful balance of spurring innovation while protecting against harmful interference," said Travis LeBlanc, Chief of the Enforcement Bureau, in a statement.
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