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The FCC may investigate the $200 Wi-Fi at the first presidential debate

Hofstra University charged journalists $200 for Wi-Fi access at the first presidential debate, and the FCC may investigate the allegations that the university blocked Wi-Fi access to enforce its fee structure.
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