2 edition of FCC regulation of common carriers found in the catalog.
FCC regulation of common carriers
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Energy and Commerce. Subcommittee on Telecommunications, Consumer Protection, and Finance.
|Other titles||F.C.C. regulation of common carriers.|
|Contributions||United States. Congress. House. Committee on Energy and Commerce. Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations.|
|LC Classifications||KF27 .E555 1981m|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 97 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||97|
|LC Control Number||82601851|
Federal Communications Commission FCC 2 governments for international communications;5 (4) section , governing telephone companies’ obligations when recording telephone conversations;6 (5) section (a)-(c)(2), and (c)(4), which imposes certain reporting and certification requirements for prepaid calling card providers;7 and (6)section , governing traffic damage claims. Statistics of Communications Common Carriers vii Customer Response Publication: Statistics of Communications Common Carriers, / Edition You can help us provide the best possible information to the public by completing this form and returning it to the Industry Analysis and Technology Division of the FCC's Wireline Competition Bureau. 1.
Federal Communications Commission - FCC: The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is an independent U.S. government regulatory agency that oversees all Author: Will Kenton. Specifically, we delete the following CFR provisions from which the Commission has forborne: (1) Sections , , and , which required carriers to preserve certain records; (2) section , which governed traffic damage claims for carriers engaged in radio-telegraph, wire-telegraph, or ocean-cable service; (3) section , which.
FCC-FTC Consumer Protection Memorandum of Understanding Whereas the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) implements and enforces the Communications Act of , as amended, which, among other things, requires all common carrier charges, practices, classifications, and regulations for and in connection. As I explain in my new book, How to Regulate, sound regulation requires thinking like a doctor. When addressing some “disease” that reduces social welfare, policymakers should catalog the available “remedies” for the problem, consider the implementation difficulties and “side effects” of each, and select the remedy that offers the greatest net benefit. If we .
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The FCC’s rules and regulations are located in Title 47 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). The official rules are published FCC regulation of common carriers book maintained by the Government Printing Office (GPO) in the Federal Register. Additional information about the Federal Register is available at the National Archives and Records Administration web site.
An online version of the FCC Rules is. Statistics of Communications Common Carriers Several of the SOCC tables, most notably those in Part 2, are based on data submitted in ARMIS (Automated Reporting and Management System).
The Zip Files contain word porcessing and spreadsheet files. A common carrier in common law countries (corresponding to a public carrier in some civil law systems, usually called simply a carrier) is a person or company that transports goods or people for any person or company and is responsible for any possible loss of the goods during transport.
A common carrier offers its services to the general public under license or authority provided by a. The FCC regulates telecommunications services under Title II of the Communications Act of Title II imposes common carrier regulation under which carriers offering their services to the general public must provide services to all customers and may not discriminate based on the identity of the customer or the content of the executive: Ajit Pai, Chairman.
Section 5(a)(2) of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Act authorizes the FTC to “prevent persons, partnerships, or corporations, except common carriers subject to the Acts to regulate. Get this from a library.
FCC regulation of common carriers: hearing before the Subcommitte on Telecommunications, Consumer Protection, and Finance, and the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, House Representatives, Ninety-seventh Congress, first session, Septem [United States.
common carrier: A common carrier, in telecommunications, is an entity that provides wired and wireless communication services to the general public for a fee. A common carrier can be contrasted with a contract carrier, also called a private carrier, which provides services to a limited number of customers.
companies as "common carriers" make their services available to the general public at reasonable rates.2 Over the last two decades, however, the FCC has often refrained from imposing Title H or common carrier regulation when authorizing new services or in reviewing the regulatory treatment of Author: Peter K.
Pitsch, Arthur W. Bresnahan. § Regulation of carrier offering of pay-per-call services § Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act compliance § Protection for private blocking and screening of offensive material § Restriction of access by minors to materials commercially distributed by means of World Wide Web that are harmful to minors.
On Novemthe Common Carrier Bureau adopted an Order, on delegated authority that eliminated or significantly reduced reporting requirements imposed on communication common carriers by Commission rules. As a result of this action, thirteen reporting requirements have been eliminated, and the frequency of filing of four other reports.
The following conditions apply to authorized facilities-based international carriers: (a) A carrier authorized under § (e)(1) may provide international facilities-based services to international points for which it qualifies for non-dominant regulation as set forth in §except in the following circumstance: If the carrier is, or is affiliated with, a foreign carrier in a.
The order is particularly of note because this deregulation and streamlining of highly regulated common carrier rules comes at a time when the FCC is again considering reclassifying internet service providers as providers of “information services,” rather than common carriers, amid concerns that such a shift into less regulated territory.
The book goes to extraordinary lengths to detail exactly why that was, and one of the reasons was that the FCC was besieged by a couple of different entities that thought this was a competitive. Federal Communications Commission FCC 4 discontinuance applications with the Commission.
Nor is the public interest served by maintaining outdated and unnecessary requirements in our rules or by expending future agency resources on the processing of any such applications. To the extent that common-carrier telegraph service will ever be. The FCC is standing with the Federal Trade Commission when it comes to a federal court decision that leaves a potential regulatory gap for broadband regulation, in the process taking a Author: John Eggerton.
carriers (LECs) subject to rate-of-return regulation to earn a prescribed rate of return, currently percent, on specified investment in plant used and useful in the efficient provision of certain interstate telecommunications services.
The authorized rate of return is also used to. Communications Act of 2 the Commission jurisdiction with respect to (1) charges, classifications, practices, services, facilities, or regulations for or in connection with intrastate communication service by wire or radio of any carrier, or (2) any carrier engaged in.
Sharon K. Black Attorney-at-Law, in Telecommunications Law in the Internet Age, —Computer I In the First Computer Inquiry, or Computer I, completed in –, the FCC declared that regulated common carriers would be permitted to provide unregulated data processing services, but only through “maximally” separate subsidiaries from the carriers' voice services.
If I could have only one book in my telecommunications library, it would be the NECA Guide to Telephone Regulation. -- Judith L. Harris of Reed Smith Shaw & McClay LLP and former Director of FCC's Office of Legislative and Intergovernmental Affairs, Author: National Exchange Carrier Association.
FCC chairman Tom Wheeler wrote Wednesday that he is proposing to reclassify cable Internet companies as "common carriers," subject to increased Author: Jeff Ward-Bailey.
Law And Regulation Of Common Carriers In The Communications Industry. DOI link for Law And Regulation Of Common Carriers In The Communications Industry.
Law And Regulation Of Common Carriers In The Communications Industry bookCited by: 6.The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is an independent regulatory government agency established by the Communications Act of The act created a seven-person board (reduced to five in ) charged with developing and regulating a rapid, efficient, nationwide communications system.carriers.8 The FCC recently has proposed narrowing the application of Title II by redefining the term "common carrier" so as to exclude most currently regulated communication providers.9 This Cited by: 4.