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Guide to Communications Policy

The most recent federal law affecting the communications industry as a whole was the Telecommunications Act of 1996. It failed to anticipate the widespread adoption of wireless communicationns and new applications like Instant Messaging and Voice over Internet Protocol (VOIP), let alone the broad substitution for traditional “land line” phone service. Never has there been a clearer example of the inability of law to keep pace with technology. This Guide to Communications Policy explains in plain language the issues and opportunities facing policymakers considering the future of the U.S. communications industry, supplying legislators with the tools to make intelligent and principled decisions that will lead to investment, job creation, and new products and services for consumers.

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