Many of us thought the open access provisions of the 700 MHz auction were taken care of and this was the reason Google got involved in the auction in the first place. It seems now that Verizon is saying that open access means open access to any application on their approved devices.
This as opposed tot he concept of bring whatever device you want to the party and it will work fine.
Google’s attorneys are writing letters tot he FCC about the matter and this debate underscores the different points of view held by carriers and and Internet companies.
Matthew Lasar over at ars technica has a great article on the matter.