1 edition of Telecommunications Act of 1996 found in the catalog.
Telecommunications Act of 1996
|Statement||Alan D. Mandl, chair ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Mandl, Alan D., Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc. (1982- )|
|LC Classifications||KFM2718.Z9 T448 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 172 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||172|
|LC Control Number||96076591|
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Telecommunications Act of - Title I: Telecommunication Services - Subtitle A: Telecommunications Services - Amends the Communications Act of (the Act) to establish a general duty of telecommunications carriers (carriers): (1) to interconnect directly or indirectly with the facilities and equipment of other carriers; and (2) not to. THE TELECOMMUNICATIONS ACT OF , PASSED BY CONGRESS ON February 1, , 3 and signed into law on February 8, by President William J. Clinton, was the most extensive change in U.S. communications law in the 62 years since the Communications Act of It altered the structure and operation of the industry in at least four significant ways.
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Telecommunications Act of (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication. Telecommunications Act ofU.S. legislation that attempted to bring more competition to the telephone market for both local and long distance service. It was passed by Congress in January and signed into law by Pres.
Bill Clinton in February It permitted firms that served competitive local markets to enter the long distance market, and it attempted to implement a single layer. The Telecommunications Act of envisioned a competitive free-for-all in the U.S. telecommunications industry with removal of barriers to entry in local telecommunications markets and the lifting of the artificial restrictions that kept the Regional Bell Operating Cited by: The passage of the Telecommunications Act of inaugurated a new and highly volatile era in telecommunications.
The first major overhaul of U.S. communications law since when no one had a television set, a cordless phone, or a computer--the Act Cited by: The Telecommunications Act of and its Impact *. by Nicholas Economides **.
September Abstract. This paper analyzes the effects on the implementation of the Telecommunications Act of ("Act") on US telecommunications markets and is based on my forthcoming book with the same title. A SHORT SUMMARY OF THE TELECOMMUNICATIONS REFORM ACT OF For the past three years, President Clinton and Vice President Gore have worked for telecommunications reform that stimulates private investment, promotes competition, protects diversity of viewpoints and voices among the media, provides families with technologies to help them control the kinds of television programs.
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The enacting of the Telecommunications Act of and the development of international trade agreements have fundamentally changed the environment in which your business operates, creating risks, responsibilities, and opportunities that were not there before.
The Telecommunications Act of and Its Impact on Catholic Schools (PDF) – The Telecommunications Act required schools to start offering Internet access to students.
This paper talks about the difficulties private schools, especially Catholic ones, expected to face in obtaining funds to make that change.
One reason for the passage of the Telecommunications Act ofas McChesney wrote inwas the sheer power that the media and communications industry has in Washington. “Both the. The Telecommunications Act of was the first major overhaul of United States telecommunications law in nearly 62 years, amending the Communications Act ofand leading to media consolidation.— Excerpted from Telecommunications Act of on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Note: This is the original legislation as it was initially enacted. The passage of the Telecommunications Act of inaugurated a new and highly volatile era in telecommunications. The first major overhaul of ications law since when no one had a television set, a cordless phone, or a computer--the Act was spurred into being by broad shifts in technology use.
Equally important, this book shows, the new law reflects important changes in our. The law is praised by the tech industry as the core pillar of Internet freedom. But its path also runs through some of the darkest corners of the Web, such as online sex trafficking of children.
Before his appointment to the FCC, he was chief economist for the House Committee on Commerce and a principal staff member on the Telecommunications Act of He is the author of A Tough Act to Follow, a book about the difficulties implementing the Telecommunications Act of “Before the ink was even dry on the Act,” wrote S.
Derek Turner, research director of Free Press, in a report proposing a national broadband strategy, “the powerful media and telecommunications giants and their army of overpaid lobbyists went straight to work obstructing and undermining the competition the new law was intended to create.”.
The Telecommunications Act of envisioned a competitive free-for-all in the U.S. telecommunications industry with removal of barriers to entry in local telecommunications markets and the lifting of the artificial restrictions that kept the Regional Bell Operating.
Senator Lott, majority whip in the U.S. Senate, discussed the process by which Telecommunications Act of was passed. He described the compromises necessary and the prospects for resolving the. Telecommunications Act The Telecommunications Act of was an influential act for media cross-ownership.
One of the requirements of the act was that the FCC must conduct a biennial review of its media ownership rules "and shall determine whether any of such rules are necessary in the public interest as the result of competition.".
CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This paper analyzes the effects on the implementation of the Telecommunications Act of ("Act") on US telecommunications markets and is based on my forthcoming book with the same title.
The Act is a milestone in the history of telecommunications in the United States. The participants discussed the issues involved in the Telecommunications Act of They were all key members of telecommunications subcommittees of the House and Senate Commerce Committees that.Section was enacted as part of the Telecommunications Act ofand not as part of the Broadband Data Improvement Act which comprises this chapter.
Amendments. —Subsec. (d)(2). Pub. L. –95 made technical amendment to reference in original act which appears in text as reference to section of title Gwinnett County (N.D.
GA ) Plaintiffs, filed suit under the Telecommunications Act of after defendant countydenied their application for a permit to build a cellular tower. The court ruled that thedecision was not supported by substantial evidence because it was based on expressedhealth concerns about being exposed to.