"Rules Are For Other People": Amazon's Kuiper Systems Slams Musk's SpaceX In Regulatory Filing | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

"Rules Are For Other People": Amazon's Kuiper Systems Slams Musk's SpaceX In Regulatory Filing

The space race is back on. Except this time, it's the United States versus the United States and the profit motive is helping drive the competition.

Amazon's satellite subsidiary Kuiper Systems took a swipe at rival SpaceX in a regulatory filing with US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) this week.

"Whether it is launching satellites with unlicensed antennas, launching rockets without approval, building an unapproved launch tower, or re-opening a factory in violation of a shelter-in-place order, the conduct of SpaceX and other Musk-led companies makes their view plain: rules are for other people, and those who insist upon or even simply request compliance are deserving of derision and ad hominem attacks,” Kuiper said in a regulatory filing, pointing out the propensity for Musk-led companies to play by their own rules.

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