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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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The request calls for the FCC to follow the guidance of Congress, which is developing a bill to require that VoIP providers secure acknowledgement from their current customers that clearly shows that these customers understand any limitations their E911 services may have by December 31 of this year.
This spring, the FCC declared s-words, like f-words before them, to be a step beyond merely "indecent.
The issue at the FCC involved a proceeding to overhaul the Instructional Television Fixed Service (ITFS) band plan and technical rules and determine whether educational institutions, public TV stations, churches, and nonprofit entities would continue to exclusively control the ITFS spectrum.
DM News, August 11, reported that the FCC decision "shocked many commercial faxers, including both providers of fax technology and users of the medium, who said they had no prior indication that the FCC was considering such a substantial change to the rules.
The FCC ruling, or "order" as it is called by FCC officials, mandates that all new televisions sold in the U.
If a property owner has significant control over the antenna operator's ability to comply with FCC requirements, then the property owner could potentially be found liable under FCC regulations.
Regrettably" said the FCC, "it has become clear that our actions have created less certainty rather than more, contrary to our intent.
Basically, the FCC moved $5 billion a year around,'' said Mark Cooper, director of research for the Consumer Federation of America.
The next time there's a hearing, Winston wants to see FCC headquarters overflowing with people armed with technological know-how and looking for opportunities in telecommunications.
based organization, Defenders of Wildlife, was instrumental in alerting FCC to the game managers' actions, the radio-collared wolf has been exploited efficiently.
Contribution of the Middle East and Africa and Asia Pacific to Global FCC Capacity Would Increase by 2015 Regional imbalance in supply of petroleum products impacts growth of refining operations globally.
Or perhaps he was whispering a warning: Anytime somebody wants the FCC to protect consumers from big business, reach for your remote.