Traditionally, band sales are carried out by the FCC of the Federal Communications Commission, and the revenue is owned by the U.S. Treasury Department. But consortium C hopes to gain more commercial benefits by privatizing some 5G network spectrum resources, bypassing public sales and FCC, although this may accelerate the construction of 5G commercial network. But Google, Charter Communications and other telecom groups are fighting against band privatization, which Google believes will give unregulated bidders too much power. Business organizations with band licensing can't pursue the overall situation and higher goals of government agencies like FCC, but pursue higher interests, which will make bidders in this band too strong and more difficult to supervise.
If this band of privatization transactions occur, Google and other opponents will resort to law.