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It doesn't. The FCC does not regulate the internet because information on the internet is owned; when you create any type of data and place it on the Internet you are placing it on hard drive space - which is owned by whomever owns the computer itself, therefore it's private property and the only regulation it's subject to is that of federal law and nothing else.
The FCC was created by federal law 47 USC §151 to regulate wire and radio mediums for interstate and world-wide communications. The FCC has treated the "net" as some mysterious "wholly new medium for human communications" and not the broadcasting and private exchanges of communications in the wire medium the "net"has always been. This wholly ignorant SCOTUS mistake was the Reno v ACLU (96-511) error and done before WiFi radio became pervasive.
The block-quoted belief is perhaps why the FCC felt they could get away with malfeasance in not regulating communications via the common carrier of networked wires and ignoring federal criminal statutes 18 U.S.C. §§(1462, 1464, 2511).
No court has even read much of the communications act of 1934. The FCC will be required to regulate internet wire television and everything else on the ""net exactly they way they try to monitor radio TV. This is a clear generational issue. If you grew up without computers, cell phones, and porn-er-net, explains the rediculous errors of the senior citizen judges. it is hard to apply law to technology you have absolutely no formative life experiences with. When people who are around 45 now make up Congress and 100% of the Supreme Court the porn-er-net is over. The porn-er-net will be banned by the rest of the world long, long before this.
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if it has a PC input. just plug the cable from your PC in to ur tv. if not use a PS3 or Nintendo Wii ------------------- Google unveiled its Google TV and should be avai…lable on market sometime in 2010. It will be some kind of set-top box that brings the Internet in the living room (meaning a small or large screen TV). Google also granted Sony the rights to add Google TV to their TV chain which should become available sometime this year also. As a result, Google TV might become the missing link that brings the Internet to any TV set, as if it was a computer.
I just called DirecTV and asked them to tell me who regulates them in California and received "we are not allowed to give out that information" as the response. When I inquire…d as to why they could not give out that information, the response was "it's a policy, sir." Dead end.
There is a pretty good website where you can get internet television. It is http://www.worldwidetvonpc.info.
the fcc regulates the electronic media od radio and television in order to keep the various stations from brodcasting on each others airwaves
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Yes the FCC regulates everything on TV, Radio, Newspapers etc... But anybody can say what they want as long as they can pay the fees.
You don't need a cable or satellite subscription to watch live TV and Internet TV/VOD on your device. It's better to use an internet-connected computer and hook it up to y…our TV via HDMI cable. A laptop or mini-computer would be better. The reason why a computer is better than any streaming media device or game console with apps is... there are no restrictions. You are not restricted to 'x' number of apps to watch TV/VOD online. A computer has no restrictions in that it can browse the Internet and visit any free-to-watch or pay-to-watch TV/VOD website. It can download TV software, and use any 3rd party TV/VOD website as well as any streaming content provider worldwide. How's that for having unlimited streaming content for your computer? And you can scale this up by connecting the computer to your large screen television at home. You can connect an indoor HDTV antenna to your TV to get all local live TV stations in your area, depending on what country you live. What I suggest you do is Google... InternetTvDotCom ...And sign up for the free ebook called, "The Ultimate Guide To Watching TV Online, Using What You Already Have" This comprehensive guide has information that cable and satellite companies don't want you to know about. Just sign up to get the free ebook immediately. ----------------------------------------------------- no you can access online tv channls from online hotbird tv on this site usa-tv.us
The FCC has the power to regulate all of the following communications EXCEPT: The INTERNET
Go to the menu on network settings
"POSB banking is not insured by the FCC. It is primarily a bank common in Singapore and other south east asian countries like India, Indonesia, and Hong Kong and other parts o…f China."
Absolutely! Its what I currently have set up (Xfinity for internet and DirecTV for TV). You would just get a bill from each! --------- If you are thinking about ordering D…irecTV and you tell them you were refereed by a friend (My Account # 036241458) when you sign up you receive $100 in bill credits!... Keep in mind you must give them the account number during the initial phone call asking for service! Its a win win since we both save money and get $100 in bill credits!!
Yes and no. The "no" part refers to the fact that you have a volume control on your TV (or in the remote control device), and you can make the sound louder or softer, or even …mute it, if you want to do so. But the "yes" part refers to studies that have shown that some networks intentionally program their commercials to play louder than the rest of what's on the air. They're not supposed to, but it still does happen. All you can do about it is turn down the volume when these loud commercials begin to play.
Definition of national television network
To prevent interference on the airwaves.