The following statement should be attributed to Jonathan Spalter, chairman of Mobile Future:
“For over twenty years, wireless policies have transcended party politics and exemplified meaningful cooperation among policymakers. Given the intensely competitive and innovative nature of the mobile marketplace, there is much work ahead that will require bipartisan collaboration, including finding ways to free up new spectrum for commercial markets and bringing certainty and finality to the net neutrality debate. With the election behind us, now is the time for policymakers to put partisanship aside, roll up their sleeves and look for ways to work together to resolve the pressing issues facing American consumers.”
Jonathan Spalter, chairman of Mobile Future (www.mobilefuture.org), has been founding CEO of leading technology, media, and research companies, including Public Insight, Snocap, and Atmedica Worldwide. He served in the Clinton Administration as a Director on the National Security Council.