October 2000
Wireless Week;10/02/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 40, p74
Trade Publication
Presents a round-up of legislative bills and rules passed in Washington D.C. for the wireless communication industry as of October 2, 2000. Introduction of a legislation to create a loan fund for telecom service on Indian reservations; Passage of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act; Rules released by the Federal Communications Commission for spectrum auction winners.


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