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This thread has a long history of collegial discussion of Qualcomm and its place in the wireless industry. While disagreements are fierce, we have been able to keep the discussion focused and generally civil. These rules are intended to try and continue those traditions.

This is a discussion forum, not a chat room. These rules have been in place since '01 and have served us well, however I am tacking on a new explicit rule concerning political discussions.


First and foremost, use common sense when posting. We have a long history to draw on and most should have a good idea as to what is considered on-topic and times when there might be a small amount of leeway. That leeway does not apply to politics.

No political rants/slams or even value judgments. The political discussion which is allowed is the impact of specific policy proposals on Qualcomm. For example, the IMPACT of changes to the H1B visa program is fair game, but I do not want discussions on whether increased immigration is a good or bad policy idea.

No cheerleading, stock quotes, or discussions of short-term price movements or your own holdings.

No off topic posts.

No flaming.

Please use discretion when linking or posting articles that are only marginally related to Qualcomm.

Please ignore IQ challenged posters.

Consider PM's when making posts of little value to the larger thread.


Posts that violate the above rules will be met with a warning and the 2nd offense will earn a ban of varying length. Unfortunately, I know it is impossible to make everybody happy, but I believe that the above rules will allow us to continue the valuable types of discussions that we have had for so long on this thread.
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164890Not being a lawyer, I can only speculate, but here goes. Qualcomm would most liArt Bechhoefer-3 hours ago
164889"The rejection of the FTC appeal should also bring an end to the class actimatherandlowell-3 hours ago
164888Re : very, very short -- lawyers who are NOT paid by the hour ...Jon Koplik13 hours ago
164887I hadn't seen anyone post a link to the actual decision rejecting the FTC_rose_campion_23 hours ago
164886The latest action of the appeals court, turning down the FTC request for en bancArt Bechhoefer125 hours ago
164884One way to play the 5G iPhone rollout that isn’t buying Apple Published Wed, OctBill Wolf28 AM
164883Contrary to a thinly sourced article on PFE's potential request for a EUA, isbfm28 AM
164882Samsung posts highest revenue ever after boost in flagship phone sales But more Bill Wolf-8 AM
164881Motorola Razr (2020) review: 5G folding flip phone feels fine It’s better than Bill Wolf-8 AM
164880[graphic] Apple wants to invent something called a search engine fudzilla.comBill Wolf-8 AM
164879China smartphone vendors ramp up overseas shipments in 3Q20, says Digitimes ReseBill Wolf-7 AM
164878More likely the developments between apple and Corning GLW weigh into this. GLW dvdw©15 AM Pfizer Will Submit Coronavirus Vaccine to FDA on NovembeTHE WATSONYOUTH-yesterday
164876 WATSONYOUTH-yesterday
164875Weird stuff here ... [tweet]waitwatchwander-yesterday
164873Maybe the FTC will vote to not apply for cert to SCOTUS, and leave it alone. EveJeffreyHF12yesterday
164872The rejection of the FTC appeal should also bring an end to douchebaggery.Jon Koplik7yesterday
164871The rejection of the FTC appeal should also bring an end to the class action agaArt Bechhoefer4yesterday
164870(quick) WSJ -- FTC Request to Reconsider Qualcomm Antitrust Case Rejected by AppJon Koplik12yesterday
164869Thanks - that's good to see. It's not completely unexpected because en Doug M.7yesterday
164868U.S. antitrust regulator loses bid to revive Qualcomm case financialpost.comWildbiftek25yesterday “While everyone now understands the incredible importance of Wi-FiValueman10yesterday
164866Qualcomm Is Cheap Despite Explosive Growth From 5G msn.combenhorseman-yesterday
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