An alliance that includes two of the three U.S. systems licensed to provide mobile satellite services via hand-held receivers yesterday charged that the competing Inmarsat-P venture is violating principles set up to keep it separate from its parent company, Inmarsat. The Alliance for Competitive International Satellite Service (ACISS) claims in a newly released "white paper" that Inmarsat-P is not complying with principles drawn up by Inmarsat's assembly. The principles were drafted ...

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