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  • Despite concerns about a lessening of competition, U.S. law has left firms relatively free to buy or sell entire companies or specific Antitrust merger law seeks to prohibit transactions whose probable anticompetitive consequences
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  • ...because the NAB sought to end the practice of some operators who flout the law and provide network signals to satellite subscribers who are already served ...se for broadcast, postproduction multimedia and <span>[[Telecommunications|Telecommunications]]</span> hardware, software, and services. The convention draws more than 1
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  • ...or general of the navy, and the chief of information. The secretary or the law has established the following positions and boards for administrative purpo ...ntal Law]]</span>, operational and <span>[[International Law|international law]]</span> and treaty interpretation, and litigation involving these issues.
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  • ...commercial telephone messages, and scatological comedy routines. Obscenity law presents complicated legal questions, and U.S. courts have had a difficult ...o statutory prohibition. The federal <span>[[Comstock Law Of 1873|Comstock Law of 1873]]</span> criminalized the transmission and receipt of "obscene", "l
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  • ... a warrant, 18 U.S.C.A. &#xA7; 3123 now requires a court order, based on a law enforcement officer's declaration that the information is relevant to an on ...Amendment Expectations of Privacy?" <i>Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment Law and Practice</i> 5.</p>
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  • ...e guidance to broadcast licensees regarding compliance with the FCC's case law interpreting the broadcast indecency statute: *[[Mass Communications Law]]
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  • ...well. American Financial Skylink is a satellite <span>[[Telecommunications|Telecommunications]]</span> network that delivers news, information, and training directly to Lovett, William A. 2000. ''Banking &amp; Financial Institutions Law in a Nutshell.'' St. Paul, Minn.: West Wadsworth.
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  • ...that free trade benefits the economy, businesses, and consumers alike, the law forbids several types of restraint of trade and monopolization. These fall ... Congress also created a regulatory agency to administrate and enforce the law, under the Federal Trade Commission Act of 1914 (15 U.S.C.A. §§ 41–58).
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  • ...their assets or restructure their finances to fund their debts. Bankruptcy law provides that individual debtors may keep certain exempt assets, such as a ...s. Thus, a law that was first designed to punish the debtor evolved into a law that protected the debtor while encouraging the resolution of outstanding m
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  • ...ting industry. Two important tenets of broadcasting were introduced by the law. The first was that stations must broadcast "in the public interest, conven ...1st Sess. [1991]). (The bill was also passed by the Senate and signed into law in August 1992.) Political conservatives claimed that public broadcasting h
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  • ...trenches for long. His skill at negotiation stood out, and, after adding a law degree from St. John's University, he became the organization's Washington, ...ibillion-dollar contracts for U.S. aircraft and <span>[[Telecommunications|Telecommunications]]</span> firms. He also presided over a $900 million annual budget for prom
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  • ...cted the cable operators' First Amendment claims. The court found that the law served an important and legitimate legislative purpose because it protected ...ompanies' First Amendment right to free speech. The ban was removed by the Telecommunications Act of 1996 (110 Stat. 56), which President <span>[[Bill Clinton|Bill Clint
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  • ...I 1991]), proposed in 1986 by Senator Paul Simon (D-Ill.), was signed into law by President <span>[[George H.W. Bush|George H.W. Bush]]</span> in December The Telecommunications Act of 1996, 110 Stat. 56, required television manufacturers to create a ch
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  • ...[[Divorce|divorce]]</span>. ''Immunities'' are the protections afforded by law that prevent the government or other people from hindering another's enjoym ...s or her civil rights, including <span>[[Due Process Of Law|due process of law]]</span> and <span>[[Equal Protection|equal protection]]</span> of the laws
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  • ...he point at which subjects of interstate commerce become subjects of state law and, therefore, state regulation. ...uniform, efficient railway system significantly outweighed that of a state law that has minimal effect.
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  • ...n 1903, the Department of Commerce was established as a separate entity by law on March 4, 1913 (U.S.C.A. § 1501). The secretary of commerce sits on the ...ted every ten years) and by laws codified in Title 13 of the U.S. Code. By law, the census data collected from individuals must be kept confidential. Howe
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  • ...es in Global and National Commerce Act. The statute, which was signed into law by President <span>[[Bill Clinton|Bill Clinton]]</span> on June 30, 2000, h *[[Telecommunications]]
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  • Notwithstanding the new legislation and law enforcement's efforts to curb computer crime, statistics regarding these of ...ecessary tools to combat terrorism. The Act includes provisions that allow law enforcement greater latitude in hunting down criminals who use computers an
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  • ...ications technology. The association is committed to providing lawyers and law students concerned with the legal and practical aspects of computers, compu ... inquiry and the proposed legislation affecting <span>[[Telecommunications|Telecommunications]]</span>; the effect of the Copyright Act of 1976 (17 U.S.C.A. § 101 et se
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  • ...pyrights, patents, and trademarks are all examples of what is known in the law as <span>[[Intellectual Property|intellectual property]]</span>. == History of Copyright Law ==
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  • <div type="article"><p><i>Acts or omissions that are in violation of law.</i></p> ... and morals. Some of these laws are based in the <span>[[Common Law|common law]]</span> but have undergone significant changes over the years. Prostitutio
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  • ''In'' <span>[[Constitutional Law|Constitutional Law]]</span>, ''the grant by statute of particular privileges to a class arbitr ...gainst minorities, several pieces of landmark legislation were signed into law. Title VII of the <span>[[Civil Rights Act Of 1964|Civil Rights Act of 1964
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  • ...ist the commission. In addition, <span>[[Administrative Law|administrative law]]</span> judges conduct evidentiary adjudicatory hearings and write initial == Wireless Telecommunications Bureau ==
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  • ...eased statistics of complaints that had been received and then referred to law enforcement or regulatory agencies for action. For the 12-month period cove ... by a wireless <span>&lt;a _fcknotitle="true" href="Telecommunications"&gt;Telecommunications&lt;/a&gt;</span> company. Within 45 minutes of the posting, shares increase
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  • ''A worldwide'' <span>[[Telecommunications|Telecommunications]]</span> ''network of business, government, and personal computers.'' ...f a new, unregulated communications technology raised many issues for U.S. law.
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  • ...eased statistics of complaints that had been received and then referred to law enforcement or regulatory agencies for action. For the 12-month period cove ...iming that NEI was being acquired by a wireless <span>[[Telecommunications|Telecommunications]]</span> company. Within 45 minutes of the posting, shares increased from $
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  • ...[[Lyndon B. Johnson|Lyndon B. Johnson]]</span>. A distinguished lawyer and law professor before joining the <span>[[Justice Department|Justice Department] ... two years early. After graduating in 1945, he earned a law degree at Yale Law School. In 1947, Katzenbach was a Rhodes scholar at Oxford University in En
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  • ...d to ensure that these facilities are used responsibly. The passage of the Telecommunications Act of 1996, Pub. L. No. 104-104, 110 Stat. 56, however, signals a decline ...of the secretary were uncertain because the secretary was authorized under law only to record applications and to grant frequencies. The Federal Radio Com
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  • ;AALS: Association of American Law Schools ;A.E.R.: All England Law Reports
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  • | '''Right to Work Law''' Based on ''Miller'', the law distinguishes between hard-core pornography and soft-core pornography, whic
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  • ...s and limits holding companies to a single coordinated utility system. The law ended abuses that allowed a small number of public utilities to control lar <ul><li>[[Nuclear Power]]</li><li> [[Telecommunications]]</li></ul>
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  • ...ude from Harvard Law School where he served as an editor for the ''Harvard Law Review.'' Known to his friends as Nino, Scalia was known to many of his cla ...ned the Nixon Administration to serve as general counsel for the Office of Telecommunications Policy. Under President <span>[[Gerald R. Ford|Gerald R. Ford]]</span>, Sca
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  • ...iplomatic missions throughout the United States. In 1994 Congress passed a law that limits Secret Service protection of former presidents to 10 years afte ...r, and universities in detecting and suppressing computer-based crime. The law also increased the penalties for the manufacturing, possession, dealing, an
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  • ... or verify that the person intended to make a last will and testament, the law has developed rules that govern what constitutes a legally valid signature. <p>The computer and <span>[[Telecommunications|Telecommunications]]</span> have changed how work is done and how it is exchanged. Both busine
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  • ...ving communications and information technologies. The bureau promotes U.S. telecommunications interests bilaterally and multilaterally.</p> ... and Law Enforcement Affairs</b> The Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs is responsible for developing, coordinating, and implem
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  • ... of telecommunication systems and the content of transmitted material. The Telecommunications Act of 1996 (Pub. L. No. 104-104), however, deregulated much of the telecom In an effort to spur competition, however, the Telecommunications Act of 1996 allowed the seven regional phone companies to compete in the lo
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  • <p>The Telecommunications Act of 1996 (Pub. L. No. 104-104) mandated the establishment of an advisory ...tiated system requirements and pricing with local governments, but federal law imposed some restrictions on rates to consumers.</p>
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  • ...ised fundamental issues concerning personal privacy. Since the late 1960s, law enforcement officials have been required to obtain a <span>[[Search Warrant ...ectronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA), 8 U.S.C.A. § 2701 et seq. The law, also known as the Wiretap Act, makes it illegal to tap into private <span>
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  • ...of fraud. Rather, fraud would simply describe the method used to break the law or regulation requiring the license. ...span>[[Aliens|aliens]]</span> is punishable as a misdemeanor under federal law (8 U.S.C.A. § 1306). The "victim" in such a fraud is the U.S. government.
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  • ...a program of sweeping federal tax reforms that were eventually signed into law by President <span>[[George W. Bush|George W. Bush]]</span>.</p>
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  • ...ongress passed the Homeland Security Act of 2002,&nbsp;which became Public Law No: 107-296, "to establish the [[Homeland Security Department|Department of ..., analysis and dissemination of intelligence information from/to different law enforcement agencies and private sector, development of a comprehensive nat
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  • ...ommunications Decency Act (CDA)&nbsp;is the common name for Title V of the Telecommunications Act of 1996.&nbsp; Many of the features of the CDA which attempted to regul [[Category:Internet Law]]
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  • ...lance]] by requiring that telecommunications carriers and manufacturers of telecommunications equipment modify and design their equipment, facilities and services to ena ...l technologies.<ref>http://www.fas.org/sgp/crs/intel/RL30677.pdf</ref> The telecommunications industry is responsible for setting CALEA standards and solutions. The [[Fe
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  • EU privacy law is concerned with the protection and preservation of the privacy rights of ... with the processing of personal data and the protection of privacy in the telecommunications sector.
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  • Privacy law in the Asia-Pacific region is concerned with the protection and preservatio ...ariety of nations involved in this organization, the approaches to privacy law development are varied.&nbsp; Australia is similar to Canada in that it fol
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  • Privacy law in the Middle East is concerned with the protection and preservation of the *''Basic Law: Human Dignity &amp; Liberty, Section 7''<ref>http://www.mfa.gov.il/MFA/MFA
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  • European privacy law is concerned with the protection and preservation of the privacy rights of ...rotection requirements and requires each member country to enact their own law that meets these minimum requirements. Non-EU members can decide individual
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  • *[http://public.findlaw.com/abaflg/flg-10.html Computer Law]<br> *[http://public.findlaw.com/abaflg/flg-15-2-4.html Has the law regarding telephone taps and other surveillance changed since the terrorist
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  • ...|reasonableness]] requirement of the [[Fourth Amendment]] is applicable to law enforcement who track the vehicles of criminals using GPS technology (e.g. ....findlaw.com/ramasastry/20051110.html Every Move You Make, Part Three: Why Law Enforcement Should Have to Get a Warrant Before Tracking Us Via our Cell Ph
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  • ... School (commonly referred to as “Michigan Law”) is one of the largest law schools in the country, with over 20,000 living alumni. ...der and Law, Journal of Race and Law and Telecommunications and Technology Law Review.
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  • ...s #3 in antitrust litigation, #6 in product liability and #21 in the vault law 100, according to ''vault ranking 2011.<ref>http://www.vault.com/wps/portal ... 1946'', Arnold &amp; Porter LLP'' is one of the top premier international law firms globally representing clients in North America, South America, Europe
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  • ... #8 in labor and employment, #11 in product liability and #24 in the vault law 100, according to ''vault ranking 2011''.<ref>http://www.vault.com/wps/port ...e, Insurance and Reinsurance, Life Science, Political Law, Securities, and Telecommunications.<ref>http://www.omm.com/practices/</ref> With such high profile clients as
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  • ...0 in IP litigation, #20 in general corporate practice and #25 in the vault law 100, according to ''vault ranking'' 2011.<ref>http://www.vault.com/wps/port Founded in 1865, Ropes &amp;a Gray ranks as a top tier law firm representing clients throughout the world. The firm maintains its larg
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  • ...#15 in general corporate practice, #14 in securities, and #30 in the vault law 100, according to ''vault ranking'' 2011.<ref>http://www.vault.com/wps/port Founded in 1838, Linklaters is a prestigious international law firm representing clients throughout the world with 26 offices in 19 countr
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  • ... of high-profile transactions. Recently ranked #44 on Vault's 2011 Top 100 Law Firms, CWT has over 200 years of legal experience.<ref>http://www.vault.com ...d in 1792, CWT is now considered to have the oldest continuing Wall Street law practice in the United States.&nbsp;
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  • ...in labor &amp; employment disputes, #5 in real estate and #33 in the vault law 100, according to ''vault ranking'' 2011.<ref>http://www.vault.com/wps/port Founded in 1951, Paul Hastings is one of the most prestigious international law firm representing clients throughout the world with 18 offices located in t
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