The Telecommunications Act of 1996, signed into law by President Clinton in February, addresses, among many other important subjects, some of the technical problems that have arisen from the increasing popularity of mobile communications. This article will provide an overview of the Act and will focus specifically on the protections afforded a telecommunications provider in § 704 of the Act.
Peter M. Degnan, Scott A. McLaren & Michael T. Tennant,
Telecommunications Act of 1996: 704 of the Act and Protections Afforded the Telecommunications Provider in the Facilities Sitting Context, The,
Mich. Telecomm. & Tech. L. Rev.
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