Court upholds FCC order to end tariff filings

Rohde, David
May 2000
Network World;05/08/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 19, p72
Trade Publication
Reports that the United States Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) order to long-distance carriers to stop filing tariffs with the government was upheld by a federal appeals court. Implication of the court's decision on users' contract negotiations with carriers; Reason given by the federal court for upholding the FCC decision; Reactions of carriers to the decision.


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