We know that telecommunications law has existed since systems were first developed to carry communications over distances. Early law and international agreements addressed the technical and legal issues associated with postal and semaphoring systems, telegraph, and radio communications systems, especially ship-to-ship and ship-to-shore communications. What were the 7 main issues?
Along with the many technical changes, several legal events occurred in the United States and worldwide in the 1980s and 1990s that dramatically changed the telecommunications industry, products and services offered, and options for customers. Relate some of the 5 main events that happened during that period of time.
In the early 1990s, governments around the world began assessing the impact of the Internet and the other new technologies on their countries. Many governments, stating that they chose not to be left out of the Internet Age, signed a World Trade Organization (WTO) agreement in February 1997 in which they agreed to some conditions. What were they?
In response to the public outcry, state and federal agencies began to investigate the trusts and used four basic approaches to control them. Define and describe the approaches?