AT&T and Verizon initially rejected authorities' call to delay their 5G expansion for two more weeks..www.engadget.com
Quick question for anyone who cares to be able to explain this: how is this a voluntary decision by AT&T and Verizon? We're talking about potential life-threatening issues with a technology here. How can the agency in question not simply prohibit the usage of the bands in question? This is utterly baffling to me... an agency in charge of regulating telecom has to beg the regulated parties about stuff like this? What kind of dystopia is that?
The short answer is, the FAA is not the agency that controls communication and broadcasting. They can sue to stop it, but that is a long and costly process. They would need pretty definitive proof that there is a problem, or how to fix it.