The Federal Communications Commission said Friday it will launch an inquiry into the recent ban on unlocking cellphones, even though Chairman Julius Genachowski conceded he is unsure the agency has any authority in the matter. The decision "raises competitive concerns," he said in an interview. The agency will review a Library of Congress interpretation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act in which the Copyright Office said it found that consumers enjoy a "wide array" of unlocked phone choices.

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