While the Android community celebrates the FCC's ruling in favor of free tethering (especially those in the VZW camp), there's more to the story.  Much more.  And it's not necessarily good.

Columnist Andrew Krug breaks down the issue in grueling detail, all the way down to where the FCC left Verizon Wireless room to strangle its customers even further.  Remember the locked Samsung Galaxy SIII and its unlocked, straight-from-Samsung counterpart?  Expect to pay more from now on for the right to have your device the way you want it - if Verizon even authorizes it to operate on their network in the first place.
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