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Ofcom

(ˈɒfkɒm)
n acronym for
(Telecommunications) (in Britain)Office of Communications: a government body regulating the telecommunications industries; a super-regulator merging the Radio Authority, Independent Television Commission, and Oftel
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For more information, contact the NEA Office of Communications, 202.682.5570.

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