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Keener Law Group

Barlow Keener is an attorney with Keener Law Group. His practice focuses on the telecommunications, Internet, and entertainment law. Barlow has served as counsel to BellSouth Telecommunications, CSA, Inc. an infomercial company, and a New England facilities-based CLEC. He is a member of the Massachusetts bar association. Barlow received his JD from Emory University School of Law, MA from North Carolina Central University, and BA at the University of the South. You may reach him at


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11/02/2016 FCC Releases Millimeter Spectrum Order
08/10/2016 The New New Spectrum: 3.5GHz
06/02/2016 The FCC Hacks into Mobile Privacy
04/04/2016 Will Wireless Disrupt the Cable Model?
03/08/2016 Hacking Drones: 802.15.4 and 802.11
01/14/2016 The Problem with Mobile Device Cybersecurity Standards
12/21/2015 The FCC's 2016 TV Incentive Auction and Unlicensed Spectrum
12/08/2015 Cloud-RAN: Is C-RAN in the Mobile Future?
10/14/2015 Spectrum Sharing in Space: SpaceX and OneWeb
09/16/2015 Part II: The FCC, Amtrak, and Spectrum Sharing
07/22/2015 Amtrak's PTC 220mHz Spectrum Strategy
06/08/2015 New FCC Auction Complexity: 3.5gHz Delivers 150mHz of Shared Spectrum
05/07/2015 Network Neutrality: Mobile Broadband is Now a Commercial Mobile Radio Service
04/15/2015 Will Google's MVNO Roll Out Unlicensed-LTE in 3.5gHz?
03/04/2015 TV Incentive Auction: Triple the Complexity and Triple the Price?
01/26/2015 Mobile Cybersecurity: A New Oxymoron?
12/04/2014 Will 802.11af Wi-Fi Replace 802.11ac in the Home?
09/30/2014 Groundbreaking FCC Action: Fallow Spectrum Is Available for Use
09/23/2014 The Wireless Incentive Auction: What Will It Deliver?
07/08/2014 FCC Delivers Regulatory Certainty for Sub-700mHz Cloud-Directed Agile Radios
06/03/2014 The Shared Experience
05/12/2014 Flexible Spectrum Solutions
04/02/2014 Spectrum Sharing Summit: Commercial Production is Here
03/17/2014 TLPS: Newly Minted FCC Licensed Mobile Satellite Wi-Fi Spectrum
12/26/2013 Google and Microsoft: Delivering Global Unlicensed Super Wi-Fi
12/05/2013 Why the FCC's 5gHz Rule Making is So Important
11/04/2013 What the Het?
09/03/2013 What's Needed to Make FirstNet a Success
08/16/2013 FirstNet Tension: Local Public Safety Needs v. Nationwide Mobile RAN Design
07/29/2013 Key Players Converge in Boston to Share Views on Spectrum Sharing
06/10/2013 3.5GHz Spectrum Sharing: Playing Together in the Sandbox
05/20/2013 White Spaces and the TV Incentive Auction: It is Not Simple
04/29/2013 Considering a Spectrum of Developments
03/25/2013 TVWS-White Spaces-Super Wi-Fi Kicks into High Gear
01/30/2013 Super Wi-Fi Summit: The Future is Now, and the White Space Industry is Delivering
01/16/2013 The FCC TV Incentive Auction
12/13/2012 Broadband Spectrum Rules!
09/20/2012 The End of Broadcast TV: Incentive Auctions
06/28/2011 FCC TV Spectrum Reallocation: Win-Win Plan?
06/09/2011 USF Reform - Creating A Transparent Subsidy Rural America
05/06/2011 USF: Subsidizing Rural America, Untangling the Line
02/22/2011 Network Neutrality: Regulating a Duopoly
01/01/2011 White Space Is Open for Business: Will This Deliver a Broadband Alternative?
11/19/2010 White Spaces: Super WiFi, or Not?
08/16/2010 Fiber on the Poles: The Final Frontier
06/07/2010 Network Neutrality vs. Regulatory Responsibility
06/30/2009 Recovery Act Update: NTIA Nixes Buy America Provisions Supporting Cisco's Request
06/01/2009 Getting Things Done: NTIA Delays Broadband Recovery Act Funding
02/19/2009 Obama Delivers: Recovery for the Telecom Industry
02/10/2009 Broadband Provisions in the Senate's Economic Recovery Bill: A Stimulus for The U.S. Telecom Industry
01/02/2009 Will the FCC Shift Direction Under Obama?
11/13/2008 Sorting Out the FCC's Debate Over Inter-carrier Compensation Reform
09/18/2008 Reregulating Information Services at the FCC: Audio Bridging