Compilation of Selected Acts Within the Jurisdiction of the Committee on Energy and Commerce: Communications Law, as Amended Through August 1, 2005, Including Communications Act of 1934, Telecommunications Act of 1996 ... : Prepared for the Use of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, U.S. House of Representatives

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Contains text of communication laws passed by Congress, as amended through August 1, 2005.
 

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Sec Page Part II Development of Competitive Markets 251 Interconnection
94
Procedures for Negotiation Arbitration and Approval of Agreements
99
Cooperation of Agencies Reports Availability of Information Rec
102
Removal of Barriers to Entry
103
Universal Service
104
Access by Persons With Disabilities
119
Market Entry Barriers Proceeding
120
Illegal Changes in Subscriber Carrier Selections
121
Provision of Telemessaging Service
122
Effect on Other Requirements
123
Separate Affiliate Safeguards
130
Manufacturing by Bell Operating Companies
132
Electronic Publishing by Bell Operating Companies
138
Alarm Monitoring Services
143
Provision of Payphone Service
144
Title IIISpecial Provisions Relating to Radio Part I General Provisions 301 License for Radio Communication or Transmission of Energy
146
General Powers of Commission
148
Waiver by Licensee
152
GovernmentOwned Stations
153
Communication
155
Licenses
156
Limitation on Holding and Transfer of Licenses
174
Broadcasting Service
175
Administrative Sanctions
176
Application of Antitrust Laws Refusal of Licenses and Permits in Certain Cases
178
Facilities for Candidates for Public Office
179
Modification by Commission of Construction Permits or Licenses
182
Operation of Transmitting Apparatus
183
Designation of Stations Liable to Interfere with Distress Signals
184
Intercommunication in Mobile Service
185
Censorship Indecent Language
193
Prohibition against Shipment of Certain Television Receivers
194
Very High Frequency Stations and AM Radio Stations
195
Mobile Services
196
Service and Charges
201
Discrimination and Preferences
202
Schedules of Charges
203
Hearing as to Lawfulness of New Charges Suspension
204
Commission Authorized To Prescribe Just and Reasonable Charges
205
Liability of Carriers for Damages
206
Recovery of Damages
207
Complaints to the Commission
208
Orders for Payment of Money
209
Franks and Passes
210
Copies of Contracts To Be Filed
211
Interlocking DirectoratesOfficials Dealing in Securities
212
Valuation of Carrier Property
213
Extension of Lines
214
Transactions Relating to Services Equipment and So Forth
215
Application of Act to Receivers and Trustees
216
Liability of Carrier for Acts and Omissions of Agents
217
Inquiries Into Management
218
Annual and Other Reports
219
Accounts Records and Memoranda Depreciation Charges
220
Special Provisions Relating to Telephone Companies
221
Privacy of Customer Information
222
Obscene or Harassing Telephone Calls in the District of Columbia or in Interstate or Foreign Communications
223
Regulation of Pole Attachments
224
Telecommunications Services for HearingImpaired and Speech Impaired Individuals
225
Telephone Operator Services
226
Restrictions on the Use of Telephone Equipment
227
Regulation of Carrier Offering of PayPerCall Services
228
Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act Compliance
229
Protection for Private Blocking and Screening of Offensive Material
230
Restriction of Access by Minors to Materials Commercially Distrib
231
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249
SUBPART C_TELECOMMUNICATIONS DEMONSTRATIONS
256
397
274
401
280
410
288
Venue of Offenses
294
Cable Channels for Public Educational or Governmental
300
Principles Governing the Use of Electronic Signatures in Inter
301
uted by Means of World Wide Web That Are Harmful to Minors 35 35
309
Franchise Fees
321
Regulation of Services Facilities and Equipment
330
Renewal
337
279
343
284
354
290
360
Public Laws in Chronological Order
375
Sec Page 5 Other Protections for Users of Commercial Electronic Mail
386
Businesses Knowingly Promoted by Electronic Mail with False or 7 Enforcement Generally
391
Effect on Other Laws
397
Improving Enforcement by Providing Rewards for Information About Violations Labeling
398
Application to Wireless
399
Separability
400
SATELLITE HOME VIEWER EXTENSION AND REAUTHORIZATION ACT OF 2004
401
Short titles Table of Contents
403
Addtional Study
404
Study of Impact on Cable Television Service
405
PUBLIC LAW 108494 E911
409
GAO Study of State and Local Use of 911 Service Charges
410
FCC Requirements for Certain Tier III Carriers
411
299
412
Short title
413
ELECTRONIC SIGNATURES IN GLOBAL AND NATIONAL COMMERCE
415
Title 1Electronic Records and Signatures in Commerce 101 General Rule of Validity
417
Exemption to Preemption
421
Applicability to Federal and State Governments
422
Studies
424
Definitions
425
Effective Date
426
Title IITransferable Records 201 Transferable Records
427
Effective Date
428
Title IVCommission on Online Child Protection 401 Authority to Accept Gifts
429
LAUNCHING OUR COMMUNITIES ACCESS TO LOCAL TELEVISION ACT OF 2000
431
Title XIMoratorium on Certain Taxes 1100 Short Title
451
Advisory Commission on Electronic Commerce
454
Report
456
Definitions
457
Accounting Rule
460
Exception for Texas Municipal Access Line Fee
461
Declaration That the Internet Should be Free of Foreign Tariffs Trade Barriers and Other Restrictions
462
CHILDRENS ONLINE PRIVACY PROTECTION ACT OF 1998
463
Short Title
465
Regulation of Unfair and Deceptive Acts and Practices in Connection with the Collection and Use of Personal Information From and About Children ...
467
Sec Page
469
Title IIICommunications and Spectrum Allocation Provisions
477
Definitions
483
SUBTITLE CJUDICIAL REVIEW
489
Report on the Use of Advanced Telecommunications Services
496
Enforcement orders
508
300
517
489
525
489
536
4
551
Relation to State Laws
558
1
565
Title IShort Title Declaration of Policy and Definitions
571
551
575
557
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xiv
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566
590
Definitions
593
37
599
39
600
of the Commerce Justice and State the Judiciary
605
Reaffirming United States International Telecommunications Policy
615
Enforcement and Monitoring
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40
635
27
639
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TITLE VTELEVISION PROGRAM IMPROVEMENT
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42
657
Title 5Government Organization and Employees
663
202
676
558
702
Initial Regulatory Flexibility Analysis
705
Final Regulatory Flexibility Analysis
706
Effect on Other Law
707
Periodic Review of Rules
709
Judicial Review
710
Reports and Intervention Rights
711
Right of Review
712
Actions Reviewable
713
Appendix Inspector General Act of 1978
714
Title 10Armed Forces 2281 Global Positioning System
719
Title 17Copyrights 101 Definitions
723
304
725
National Origin
730
chives
731
Reproduction by Libraries and Ar 111 Limitations on Exclusive Rights Secondary Transmissions
734
Ephemeral Recordings
743
Scope of Exclusive Rights in Sound Recordings
748
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754
Computer Programs
765
stations and Network Stations for Private Home Viewing
766
Secondary Transmissions of Super 122 Limitations on Exclusive Rights Secondary Transmissions by Sat ellite Carriers within Local Markets
787
Infringement of Copyright
791
Limitations on Liability Relating to Material Online
792
Copyright Royalty Judges Appointment and Functions
802
Unauthorized Fixation and Trafficking in Sound Recordings and Music Videos
805
Circumvention of Copyright Protection Systems
807
Integrity of Copyright Management Information
816
Civil Remedies
818
Criminal Offenses and Penalties
820
Title 18Crimes and Criminal Procedure 1304 Broadcasting Lottery Information
821
Interference With the Operation of a Satellite
823
Definitions
824
tions Prohibited
827
Manufacture Distribution Possession and Advertising of Wire Oral or Electronic Communication Intercepting Devices Prohibited
832
Confiscation of Wire Oral or Electronic Communication Intercepting Devices
834
Authorization for Disclosure and Use of Intercepted Wire Oral or Electronic Communications
838
Procedure for Interception of Wire Oral or Electronic Communica tions
839
Reports Concerning Intercepted Wire Oral or Electronic Commu nications
845
Recovery of Civil Damages Authorized
847
Injunction Against Illegal Interception
848
Title 28Judiciary and Judicial Procedure 2341 Definitions
850
47
851
Prehearing Conference
852
Jurisdiction of the Proceeding
853
Enforcement of Orders by District Courts
854
Title 40Public Buildings Property and Works Chapter 181Telecommunications Accessibility for HearingImpaired and SpeechImpared Individuals 18...
857
Research and development
858
Paperwork Reduction Act of 1980
859
Definitions
860
Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs
862
Authority and Functions of Director
863
Assignment of Tasks and Deadlines
866
Federal Agency Responsibilities
868
Public Information Collection Activities Submission to Director Ap proval and Delegation
873
Determination of Necessity for Information Hearing
877
Cooperation of Agencies in Making Information Available
878
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879
Adminstrative Powers
880
Effect on Existing Laws and Regulations
881
Access to Information
882
Authorization of Appropriations
884
Foreign Relations Authorization Act Fiscal Years 1986 and 1987
890
Uniform Time Act of 1966
896
Federal Trade Commission
902
Amendments to the Radio Broadcastings to Cuba Act
908
Other Statutory Obligations of Agencies
913

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