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Domestic common carriers and the Communications act of 1934

Leland L. Johnson

Domestic common carriers and the Communications act of 1934

by Leland L. Johnson

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Published by Rand Corporation in Santa Monica, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States.,
  • Telecommunication -- United States.,
  • Telecommunication -- Law and legislation -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLeland L. Johnson.
    ContributionsRand Corporation.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination15 p. ;
    Number of Pages15
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22395131M

    (h) "Common carrier" or "carrier" means Ilny person engaged as a common carrier for hire, in interstate or foreign communication by wire or radio or in 1 TILe prOVlSlon rela,ting to ea,fetJ/. of life (tnd property were added by "An Act to amend the Communications Act of , approved J for the purposc of pro­. The need for a comprehensive, annotated reference to the Communications Act of has been dramatically demonstrated in legal and government circles, but the legislative histories currently available contain only selected excerpts from the legislative documents, which are themselves prohibitively difficult to : $

    The Act, which continues to be the charter for broadcast television, ratified a fundamental compromise by adopting two related provisions: a ban on "common carrier" regulation (sought by broadcasters) and a general requirement that broadcast licensees operate in the "public interest, convenience and necessity" (supported by Congress and. * (7) the term ''communications common carrier'' has the same meaning as the term ''common carrier'' has when used in the Communications Act of , as amended (47 U.S.C. et seq.), and in addition includes, but only for purposes of sections and of this title, any individual, partnership, association, joint-stock company, trust,File Size: 26KB.

    Control of Domestic Common Carrier Transmission Lines, Pursuant to Section of the Communications Act of , as Amended)))) WC Docket No. _____)) File Nos. ITC-T/C-_____)))))))) CONSOLIDATED APPLICATIONS TO TRANSFER CONTROL OF INTERNATIONAL AND DOMESTIC SECTION AUTHORIZATIONSFile Size: KB. COMMUNICATIONS ACT A. The Communications Act and Legislative History Pr-ovide Little Guidance Since FCC jurisdiction over telecommunications companies depends importantly on the meaning given "common carriage," it is somewhat surprising that the Communications Act of and FCC regulation.


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Johnson, Leland L. Domestic common carriers and the Communications act of Santa Monica, Calif.: Rand Corp., The Communications Act of is serving well in directing changes in market structure in light of opportunities and problems posed by technological advance.

The Act is broadly worded, thus giving the FCC and other parties wide latitude to make judgments and decisions. Increase Penalties for Common Carrier Violations of the Communications Act of Hearing Before the Committee on Energy and Commerce, U.S.

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Domestic common carriers and the Communications Act of The Communications Act of is serving well in directing changes in market structure in light of opportunities and problems posed by technological advance. The Act is broadly worded, thus giving the FCC and other parties wide latitude to make judg.

THE COMMUNICATIONS. ACT OF EMPOWERS. THE. COMMISSION TO. AUTHORIZE PRIVATE. NON-COMMON CARRIERS TO CONSTRUCT. AND OPERATE.

COMMUNI-CATIONS-SATELLITE FACILITIESTO MEET THEIR SPECIALIZED DOMESTIC. COMMUNICATIONS NEEDS. The Language. of the Act 4. In the. 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 interstate or foreign communication solely through physical.

`(1) PETITIONS AUTHORIZED- A common carrier may petition the Commission to adjust charges, practices, classifications, and regulations to recover costs expended for making modifications to equipment, facilities, or services pursuant to the requirements of section of the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act.

This chapter, referred to in subsecs. (a)(1) and (h), was in the original “this Act”, meaning act Jch.48 Stat.known as the Communications Act ofwhich is classified principally to this chapter. For complete classification of this Act to the Code, see section of this title and Tables.

Communications Act of Created the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and charged it with regulating broadcasters, common carriers (phones, telegraphs), cable, and other services using radio frequencies.

Publicly Released: The Communications Act of created the Federal Communications Commission to regulate interstate and foreign common carriers and established the Nation's policy goal of making communications services available to all people of the United States (referred to as the Universal Service Mandate).

Communications Act of brought together common and content carriers. The Communications Act of brought together two communications industries not previously linked: common carriers, such as telecommunications (in the s these took the form of utilities such as railroads and telegraph), and content carriers, such as the broadcast media.

(1) Any party that would be a domestic common carrierunder section of the Communications Act ofas amended, is authorized to undertake any corporate restructuring, reorganization or liquidation of internal business operationsthat does not result in a change in ultimate ownership or controlof the carrier's lines or authorization to operate, including transfers in.

rier, are subject to all the common carrier provisions of the Communications Act ofas amended. Telephone companies having annual operating revenues exceeding $, and. Communications Act of The Communications Act of is United States legislation that transfers the Federal Radio Commission’s authority over radio regulation to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), which was newly formed under the Act’s provisions.

The legislation provided strict controls over the collection and sale of. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.

Books to Borrow. Top American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Full text of "Statistics of communications common carriers [microform]". common carrier to be exempt from the requirements of Section of the Communications Act of for the extension of any line.

" 15 We do not view this provision as applicable to our authority to require common carriers to obtain Section authority to acquire, operate, or resell facilities or services to serve individual countries.

Start studying Mass comm: The Third Screen Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. passage of the Communications Act of dissolved the Federal Radio Commission. Common carriers. provide service to. Get this from a library.

Amendments to Title II of the Communications Act of (common carriers): Hearings before the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, House of Representatives, Eighty-eighth Congress, second session, on H.R.

a bill to amend Section (a) of the Communications Act ofas amended, with respect to the filing of. (3) Notwithstanding any other provision in this part, any party that would be a domestic common carrier under section of the Communications Act ofas amended, including a carrier that begins providing service through a differently named subsidiary after an internal corporate restructuring, remains subject to all applicable conditions of service after an internal.

The Communications Act has been amended by many acts of Congress sincemost extensively by the Telecommunications Act of Amendments of particular interest to the national security, law enforcement, and intelligence communities were made by the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA) and the USA PATRIOT Act.

The Communications Act allowed the FCC additional authority, including regulation of rates of interstate and international common carriers, and domestic administration of international agreements relating generally to electronic communication. [Compare 78 Cong. Rec. 10, () ("The bill as a whole does not change existing law.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.In a review of the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) regulatory program, GAO assessed the methods used by FCC for implementing a system of price/earnings for common carriers and examined the actions FCC has taken to prevent anticompetitive behavior against new entrants.

Over the past 20 years, FCC decisions have allowed competition into the .