Why the FCC must rule against BART in mobile network shutdown

Susan Crawford in Bloomberg on why the FCC should find BART in the wrong: "As far as anyone knows, no government agency in the U.S. had cut off general-purpose communications before BART took this step. The question before the FCC is whether BART's action violated the Telecommunications Act of 1996, which prohibits discontinuing or impairing service without due process." (via @jswatz)