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FCC

abbr.
Federal Communications Commission

FCC

(in the US) abbreviation for
Federal Communications Commission

FCC

Federal Communications Commission.
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Noun1.FCC - an independent government agency that regulates interstate and international communications by radio and television and wire and cable and satelliteFCC - an independent government agency that regulates interstate and international communications by radio and television and wire and cable and satellite
independent agency - an agency of the United States government that is created by an act of Congress and is independent of the executive departments
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These insights are according to the intelligence report, titled, 'FCC Catalyst Market-Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast, 2019-2027,' which has been of late added to Market Research Reports Search Engine (MRRSE) ever-expanding repository.
As such, China is set to play a prominent role in the development of FCC catalyst market in Asia Pacific.
How will the regulatory scenario of the market impact product development in the FCC catalyst market?
How have changes in the market trends impacted the key strategies adopted by prominent players in the FCC catalyst market?
The FCC Reporting Modernization Act requires the FCC to report the following information to Congress every year:
Number of complaints received by the FCC alleging that a consumer received a robocall or spoofed call;
It is worth looking at the restrictions on other vices to get an idea of the FCC's role.Cigarette adswere not banned by the FCC itself, but instead by an act of Congress in the 1960s.
Before the Congressional ban, there were a string of FCC cases where the question was raised as to whether cigarette ads were themselves a controversial issue of public importance that required that broadcast stations provide free time to smoking critics to respond to the ads.
statutory provisions should have prevented the FCC from doing what it
One judge on the three-judge panel likened the FCC's continuing the audience-counting discount, which is based on limitations from an obsolete broadcast technology, to keeping a moribund body on life support.
By classifying internet service providers as a utility provider, the FCC was given more control to enforce regulations on those carriers and prevent them from violating the bright line rules of net neutrality.