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Proceedings--State Regulatory Issues for the 80"s in Common Carrier Telecommunications
|Statement||a conference sponsored by National Telecommunications and Information Administration and Duke University Institute of Policy Sciences and Public Affairs|
|Series||NTIA special publications -- NTIA-SP-81-13|
|Contributions||United States. National Telecommunications and Information Administration, Duke University. Institute of Policy Sciences and Public Affairs, Conference on State Regulatory Issues for the 80"s in Common Carrier Telecommunications (1980 : Boulder, Colo.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 266 p. :|
|Number of Pages||266|
Top 7 telecommunications regulatory rulings in Canada. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission and its federal political masters have had a busy year. In general, contributions to the LNPA are based on a carrier's gross end-user telecommunications services revenues, as reported on the annual FCC Form A. FCC Regulatory Fee -- Pursuant to Section 9 of the Communications Act, all Interstate telecommunications service providers ("ITSPs") must pay annual fees to the FCC.
Sharon K. Black Attorney-at-Law, in Telecommunications Law in the Internet Age, Telecommunications Carrier, § 3(a)(2)(49) The term telecommunications carrier, is defined in the Act, as “any provider of telecommunications services, except aggregators of telecommunications services (as defined in Section ). A telecommunications carrier shall be treated as a common carrier. 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.
The Communications Act of is a United States federal law signed by President Franklin D. Roosevelt on J and codified as Chapter 5 of Title 47 of the United States Code, 47 U.S.C. § et seq. The Act replaced the Federal Radio Commission with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). It also transferred regulation of interstate telephone services from the Interstate Enacted by: the 73rd United States Congress. Common Carriers are statutorily declared to be a public utility and must serve the public indiscriminately. Common carriers offer scheduled and/or call-and-demand services, such as: taxis, sightseeing services, shuttles, and charters.
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Proceedings--State Regulatory Issues for the 80's in Common Carrier Telecommunications: August[United States. National Telecommunications and Information Administration. provision of telecommunications services, as well as any draft laws, or regulatory proposals to be implemented in Please provide details: (1) Telecommunications Foreign Participation Order.
Rules and Policies on Foreign Participation in the U.S. Telecommunications Market, Market Entry and Regulation of Foreign. § 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.
the entity is a common carrier "in the ordinary sense of the term." This article analyzes instances where the FCC and the courts have attempted to apply the congressionally mandated standard for regulating common carriers to new telecommunications enti-ties Author: Kaye L.
O'Riordan. multiple domains. For example, issues that concern carrier competition affect multiple local jurisdictions and require an understanding of technical, regulatory, and economic issues that may not be readily available locally.
Regulatory costs The costs of regulation affect an assessment of the appropriate level of centralization in three ways. This report on Regulatory Reform in the Telecommunications Industry analyses the institutional set-up and use of policy instruments in Canada.
It also includes the country-specific policy recommendations developed by the OECD during the review process. The report was prepared for The OECD Review of Regulatory Reform in Canada publishedFile Size: KB. State law regulates intrastate telephone services that do not substantially affect interstate commerce.
It is the policy of each state to protect the public interest in having adequate and efficient telecommunications services available to every state resident at a just, fair, and reasonable rate. To carry out this policy and to regulate rates, operations, and services, state public utility.
Miscellaneous common carriers with operating revenues in excess of an indexed revenue threshold, as defined in § of the Commission's rules, shall file with the Chief of the Wireline Competition Bureau (formerly the Common Carrier Bureau) a letter showing its operating revenues for that year and the value of its total communications plant at the end of the year.
TELECOMMUNICATIONS REGULATION HANDBOOK April – SKU The Telecommunications Regulation Handbook is essential reading for anyone involved or concerned by the regulation of information and communications markets.
In the Handbook was fully revised and updated to mark its tenth anniversary, in response to the considerable change in. REGULATORY FEES FACT SHEET Federal Communications Commission 12thSt., S.W. Washington, D.C. September 6, WHAT YOU OWE – INTERNATIONAL AND SATELLITE SERVICES LICENSEES FOR FY Each year, the Commission is required to collect regulatory Size: KB.
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. / SOCC. Released 09/ In implementing the Act, the FCC determined first that, consistent with the Congressional mandate, all "telecommunications carriers" (i.e., common carriers) that provide interstate telecommunications services must contribute to universal service support mechanisms.
Abstract. We examine the impact of state incentive regulation on network modernization, aggregate investment, revenue, cost, profit, and local service rates in the U.S. telecommunications industry between and Cited by: Regulatory Impact Analysis (RIA) is a systemic approach to critically assessing the positive and negative effects of proposed and existing regulations and non-regulatory alternatives.
As employed in OECD countries it encompasses a range of methods. At its core it is an important element of an evidence-based approach to policy making. term "common carrier." The Telecommunications Act of neither disturbs the common carrier classification nor provides any additional guidance as to its meaning.
In addition, many of the new provisions of the Act apply to "telecommunications carriers" which are defined to include, with one. Telecom Regulatory Policy CRTC PDF version. Route reference: Telecom Notice of Consultationas amended. Ottawa, 28 March Regulatory framework for the small incumbent local exchange carriers and related matters.
File number: C I. Regulatory Distortions and the Allocation of Common Costs At the core of almost all the pricing issues in telecommunications is the fact that the products of this industry are a large and increasing diversity of services issuing from common facilities.
While telecommunications is by. The Telecommunications Regulators Lerato Mokgosi1 1 The author would like to thank Pippa Reyburn and Patric Mtshaulana for reviewing parts of previous drafts, Lisa Thornton for providing valuable information and Vele Mulangaphuma for her support.
04 TelecRegul 5/10/06 PM Page This article is a list of the legal regulatory bodies that govern telecommunications systems in different countries. This list contains bodies ensuring effective regulatory role in a territory which is not necessarily a state, but is listed as "territory" or "economy" in the statistics of international institutions, in particular the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).
rests (for the most part) with the sender, not the carrier. For most of the 20 t h century, federal and state regulation of common carriers has been considered necessary because telecommunications services in any geographic area have been provided by a single carrier.
1 Similar thinking and tactics have been applied to providers of other kinds of infrastructure regarded as utilities, such as. Small States, Smart Solutions Improving Connectivity and Increasing the Effectiveness of Public Services Edgardo M. Favaro, Editor Regulatory Apparatus, Modus Operandi, and Powers 66 This book is the result of a partnership between the World Bank and."Presented at the conference, 'State Regulatory Issues for the 80's in Common Carrier Telecommunications,' August 6, "--Page 1.
Description: 12 pages: illustrations ; 28 cm. Series Title: P (Rand Corporation), P Responsibility: Bridger M. Mitchell.If a telecommunications carrier provided interstate telecommunications services inthen it should have filed a Form A and must also pay the common carrier based regulatory fee.
This form was due on April 1, and should have contained revenue information forFile Size: KB.