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Unhappy With the Communications Act? Congress Wants to Know

January 9, 2014

Updating the nation`s communications laws is a perennial hot topic in Washington, with the phrase "the law hasn't kept up with technology" being routinely invoked by those wishing for a change in the law (whether or not technology has anything to do with it).


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