Telecommunications Law Answer Book is a comprehensive overview of the issues faced by the many different participants in the telecommunications industry.
In an easy-to-read Q&A format, Telecommunications Law Answer Book describes:
- The duties and obligations that apply to common carriers that provide telecommunications services
- The impact of and policy goals behind the Communications Act of 1934 and Telecommunications Act of 1996, as well as other federal statutes and regulations
- The FCC regulation of the radio and television spectrum, as well as ownership of broadcast stations and cable systems
- Why social media regulation is different from other media, and why the legal and practical analysis often differs from traditional advertising and broadcast outlets
- “Accessibility by design,” or the idea that from the moment of concept to realization, a communications product should be designed with accessibility in mind for those with cognitive or physical disabilities
- The enforcement process for companies or individuals that are alleged to have violated the rules of the Federal Communications Commission
- The rules regulating customer relationships, and how political advertising should be handled
Telecommunications Law Answer Book also provides a comprehensive overview of Congressional and FCC initiatives on data privacy and security, as well as the restrictions on foreign ownership of U.S. communications companies regulated by the FCC.