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Sides chosen in Logan WiFi battle

Wireless and airport lobbies join dispute

By Peter Howe
Globe Staff / January 2, 2006

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Logan International Airport officials' ongoing quest to ban airline lounges from offering passengers free WiFi Internet services is angering a growing array of powerful Capitol Hill lobbying groups, who say Logan could set a dangerous nationwide precedent for squelching wireless services. (Full article: 794 words)

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