FCC Eliminates Hard-Copy Rules Requirement

February 22, 2018

As expected, the FCC has voted to eliminate the requirement that broadcasters and cable operators keep paper copies of the FCC’s regulations on hand, the latest in a series of actions to whack away at regulations FCC Chair Ajit Pai has said are part of a regulatory underbrush allowed to grow for too long.

Read more at: http://www.radioworld.com/news-and-business/0002/fcc-eliminates-hardcopy-rules-requirement/341241

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