FCC Launches Review Of Media Regulations
May 17, 2017
The FCC’s action invites public comment on which media rules should be modified or eliminated as unnecessary or burdensome. Through this review, the FCC said it seeks to “reduce regulations that can stand in the way of competition, innovation, and investment in the media marketplace.” The commission also seeks input regarding specific rules from which small businesses should receive regulatory relief.
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