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Federal Communications Commission [FCC]

The Federal Communications Commission, also called FCC, is a U.S. government regulatory agency, accountable to Congress, that is responsible for overseeing all interstate and international communications by internet, wireless, wire, radio, and television. The FCC acts to maintain standards and consistency among the ever-growing types of media and methods of distribution, while protecting the interests of both consumers and businesses.

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