FCC fines company $900,000 for unauthorised satellite launch in India
Updated : December 21, 2018 01:38 PM IST
The California-based start-up founded by former Google and Apple engineers in 2016 also agreed to enhanced FCC oversight and a requirement of pre-launch notices to the FCC for three years.
Swarm launched the satellites in India last January after the FCC rejected its application to deploy and operate them, citing concerns about the company's tracking ability.
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