Compilation of Selected Acts Within the Jurisdiction of the Committee on Commerce: Communications Law Including Communications Act of 1934, Telecommunications Act of 1996, Communications Satellite Act of 1962, National Telecommunications and Information Administration Organization Act, Telephone Disclosure and Dispute Resolution Act, Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act, Additional Communications Statutes, Selected Provisions from the United States Code, 4. sējums

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Schedules of Charges
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Hearing as to Lawfulness of New Charges Suspension
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Commission Authorized To Prescribe Just and Reasonable Charges 206 Liability of Carriers for Damages
38
Recovery of Damages 208 Complaints to the Commission 209 Orders for Payment of Money
39
Franks and Passes 211 Copies of Contracts To Be Filed 212 Interlocking Directorates Officials Dealing in Securities 213 Valuation of Carrier Property
40
Extension of Lines
42
Transactions Relating to Services Equipment and So Forth
45
Application of Act to Receivers and Trustees 217 Liability of Carrier for Acts and Omissions of Agents 218 Inquiries Into Management
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Annual and Other Reports
47
Accounts Records and Memoranda Depreciation Charges 221 Special Provisions Relating to Telephone Companies 222 Privacy of Customer Informa...
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Obscene or Harassing Telephone Calls in the District of Columbia o in Interstate or Foreign Communications
52
Regulation of Pole Attachments
57
Telecommunications Services for HearingImpaired and Speech Impaired Individuals
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Telephone Operator Services
62
Restrictions on the Use of Telephone Equipment
68
Regulation of Carrier Offering of PayPerCall Services
75
Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act Compliance
82
Protection for Private Blocking and Screening of Offensive Materia
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Sec P Part II Development of Competitive Markets
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Interconnection
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Procedures for Negotiation Arbitration and Approval of Agreements 253 Removal of Barriers to Entry 254 Universal Service 9
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Access by Persons With Disabilities 10
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Coordination for Interconnectivity 10
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Illegal Changes in Subscriber Carrier Selections 10
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Provision of Telemessaging Service 10
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Special Provisions Concerning Bell Operating Companies 271 Bell Operating Company Entry Into InterLATA Services
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Separate Affiliate Safeguards
115
Manufacturing by Bell Operating Companies
118
Electronic Publishing by Bell Operating Companies
123
Alarm Monitoring Services
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Provision of Payphone Service
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Title IIIProvisions Relating to Radio Part I General Provisions 301 License for Radio Communication or Transmission of Energy
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General Powers of Commission
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Waiver by Licensee
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Allocation of Facilities Term of Licenses
138
Applications for Licenses Conditions in License for Foreign Communication
139
Action upon Applications Form of and Conditions Attached to Licenses
140
Limitation on Holding and Transfer of Licenses
156
Special Requirements with Respect to Certain Applications in the Broadcasting Service
157
Administrative Sanctions
158
Application of Antitrust Laws Refusal of Licenses and Permits in Certain Cases
160
Facilities for Candidates for Public Office
161
Modification by Commission of Construction Permits or Licenses
162
Announcement with Respect to Certain Matter Broadcast
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Construction Permits
164
Designation of Stations Liable to Interfere with Distress Signals
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Use of Minimum Power
166
Censorship Indecent Language
168
Prohibition against Shipment of Certain Television Receivers
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Very High Frequency Stations and AM Radio Stations
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Mobile Services
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Willful or Malicious Interference
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351
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355
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Criteria for Approval and Expenditures by Secretary of Commerce
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SUBPART EGENERAL
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Title IVProcedural and Administrative Provisions
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410
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Restriction of Access by Minors to Materials Commercially Distrib uted by Means of World Wide Web That Are Harmful to Minor
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504
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611
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614
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General Franchise Requirements
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Franchise Fees
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Regulation of Rates
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Regulation of Services Facilities and Equipment
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624A Consumer Electronics Equipment Compatibility
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Modification of Franchise Obligations
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Renewal
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Conditions of Sale 628 Development of Competition and Diversity in Video Programmi Distribution
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Competitive Availability of Navigation Devices
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Miscellaneous Provisions 631 Protection of Subscriber Privacy
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Consumer Protection and Customer Service
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Unauthorized Publication of Communications 706 War EmergencyPowers of President
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Effective Date of Act 708 Separability Clause 709 Short Title 710 Telephone Service for the Disabled
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ClosedCaptioning of Public Service Announcements 712 Syndicated Exclusivity 713 Video Programming Accessibility
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Telecommunications Development Fund
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616
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22880
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Title VIIMiscellaneous Provisions
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Title IIICommunications and Spectrum Allocation Provisions
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Title IShort Title Declaration of Policy and Definitions
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Title IVMiscellaneous
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Part BTransfer of Auctionable Frequencies
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403
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104
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Index to the Communications Act of 1934
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Title IVTelecommunications Carrier Compliance Payments
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1303
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1
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Public Laws in Chronological Order TELECOMMUNICATIONS ACT OF 1996
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12
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1
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National Endowment for Childrens Educational Television
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482
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10
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Submarine Cable Statute Act of May 27 1921
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Competitive Bidding for Spectrum
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SELECTED PROVISIONS FROM THE UNITED STATES CODE
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Freedom of Information Act Privacy Act Government in the Sunshine Act Adminis trative Procedure Act Regulatory Flexibility Act 551 Definitions 5
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Suspension Revocation and Expiration of Licenses
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Effect on Other Laws Effect of Subsequent Statute
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Definitions
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Regulatory Agenda 603 Initial Regulatory Flexibility Analysis
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Final Regulatory Flexibility Analysis
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Avoidance of Duplicative or Unnecessary Analyses 606 Effect on Other Law 607 Preparation of Analyses
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Procedure for Waiver or Delay of Completion 609 Procedures for Gathering Comments
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Periodic Review of Rules 611 Judicial Review
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Reports and Intervention Rights
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Application Definitions 702 Right of Review 703 Form and Venue of Proceeding 704 Actions Reviewable 705 Relief Pending Review 706 Scope of ...
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Appendix Inspector General Act of 1978
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260aa Uniform Time Act of 1966
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Declaration of Policy 1332 Definitions 1333 Labeling
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Preemption 1335 Unlawful Advertisements
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1335a Cigarette Ingredients
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Federal Trade Commission 1337 Reports 1338 Criminal Penalty 1339 Injunction Proceedings LOLOLOLO 1340 Cigarettes for Export 1331n Separa...
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Smokeless Tobacco Warning
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Title 17Copyrights
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600
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611
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631
801
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Definitions Title IIBroadcast Services 202 Broadcast Ownership 207 Restrictions on OverTheAir Reception Devices
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Judiciary and Judicial Procedure
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Title 40Public Buildings Property and Works
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715
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722
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729
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Government Paperwork Elimination
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Definitions 5
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Global Positioning System Title 10 U S C
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