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What law required local phone companies to allow competitors into the market? A. Communications Act of 1934 B. Communications Decency Act C. Fairness Doctrine 1949 D. Telecommunications Act of 1996
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User: What law required local phone companies to allow competitors into the market? A. Communications Act of 1934 B. Communications Decency Act C. Fairness Doctrine 1949 D. Telecommunications Act of 1996

Weegy: Telecommunications Act of 1996 required local phone companies to allow competitors into the market.



User: What is the name of the independent government agency that regulates both foreign and interstate communications? A. Agency for Foreign and Domestic Relations B. Commission on Radio and Television C. Federal Communications Commission D. International Communications Administration

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Federal Communications Commission is the name of the independent government agency that regulates both foreign and interstate communications.
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