Law and Regulation of Common Carriers in the Communications Industry

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INDEX
Access, 186-231
special access, 133, 226-230
Access charges, 27, 30, 33-34, 186, 190-191, 198, 199-211, 211-214, 226
carrier's carrier charge/carrier common
line charge, 131, 186, 198-199, 199-211, 211-214, 216-217
ENFIA, 190
subscriber line charge (SLC, 186, 188, 191, 198, 198-199, 199-211, 211-214
Accessing Long Distance Networks, 187(chart)
Accounting, 9, 241
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
(AIDS), 61, 283
ACTS. See Advanced Communications Technology Satellite
Advanced Communications Technology Satellite (ACTS), 282
AIDS. See Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
Allnet, 94
All-Number Calling (ANC), 23
American Exxxstasy, 62
American Newspaper Publishers Association (ANPA), 166
American Telephone and Telegraph Co. (AT&T)9, 10, 11, 73, 81-86, 86-89, 89, 94, 99, 102, 112, 113, 114-115, 117-128, 128, 130, 136-140, 159-165, 169, 188-191, 203, 233-234, 235, 241-243, 243-245, 270, 304
breakup, 11-13, 135, 159-165, 178-183
communications, 12
computers, 11, 159, 162
consent decree, 11, 159-165, 168, 171-172, 178-183, 191, 235
divestiture, 11, 135, 159-165, 167, 169, 179, 196, 226, 241, 245, 301
Modified Final Judgment (MFJ), 12, 149, 159-165, 183-184, 185, 251, 303
technologies, 12, 251
True Savings, 233
ANC. See All-Number Calling
ANPA. See American Newspaper Publishers Association
Antitrust, 11, 73, 112, 159-165, 181
Arab Satellite Organization/ ARABSAT, 274
AT&T. See American Telephone and Telegraph Co.
Auctions, 270, 273
Automatic Number Identification, 287
Automatic stabilizer, 126, 132. See also Price caps
Averch and Johnson, 16(n14), 98, 128
Barrett, Andrew, 42, 157, 158
Basic service elements (BSE), 241, 242
Basic services, 235, 236-240, 242, 243
Beepers, 54-57
Bell, Alexander Graham, 1
Bell Atlantic, 251, 258, 269
Bell Laboratories, 11, 160, 162
Bell Operating Companies (BOCs), 11, 12, 114, 159-165, 191, 192, 226, 241-243, 243-245
Regional Bell Operating Companies ( RBOCs and RHCs), 12, 131, 135, 159-165, 168-178, 178-183, 183-185, 214-217
separate subsidiaries, 177-178, 183, 241-243, 243-245. See also Structural safeguards
BellSouth, 245
Bell System, 9-10, 12, 22, 76, 118-119, 159-165, 178, 179, 191
breakup, 159-165
See also American Telephone and Telegraph Co.
BOCs. See Bell Operating Companies
Bottleneck facilities, 104, 176-177
Brandeis, Louis, 288
British Telecom, 143-144
Broadcasting, 46
Broadcast stations, 7
Brooks, John, 22
Browning, John, 42
BSE. See Basic service elements

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface ix
  • 1 - Public Utility Theory 1
  • 2 - Title II Regulation 45
  • 3 - Federal/State Jurisdiction 63
  • 4 - Statutory Requirements: Just and Reasonable"; "Unreasonable Discrimination"" 79
  • 5 - Dominant/Nondominant Carriers; Forbearance 96
  • 6 - Price Caps 116
  • 7 - Divestiture of the Bell System 159
  • 8 - Line of Business Restrictions 168
  • 9 - The Local Exchange: Access and Competition 186
  • 11 - International Telecommunications 274
  • 12 - Privacy 283
  • 13 - Convergence 299
  • Appendix A: Telecommunications Glossary 311
  • Appendix B: Communications Act of 1934 317
  • About the Book and Author 348
  • Case Index (principal Cases) 349
  • Index 351
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