Another Rule Modernization Proposal From The FCC Arrives


Some rules were meant to be broken. Others were meant for elimination altogether.

Take, for instance, a FCC rule crafted in 1972 that requires cable operators to maintain at their local office a current listing of the cable TV channels that each cable system delivers to its subscribers.

Is this really necessary in this modern age? The Commission doesn’t believe so, and today approved an NPRM that would do away with the rule.

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