An Introduction to International Telecommunications Law
While technical and economic issues form two legs of the "three-legged stool" governing the business of international telecommunications, it is the third leg-regulatory issues-that is the least well understood yet is equally vital to your success in these markets. This new book surveys the law of international telecommunications from two perspectives. First, it describes the rules under which information moves from one nation to another; and second, it examines the rules under which individual nations regulate the movement of information within their borders.
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International Telecommuncations Standards
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