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telecommunication

The transmission of auditory signals and other data to a remote site by hard-wired or antenna-based signals.
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* Agent Under a Power of Attorney --With respect to the contents of electronic communications, the agent under a power of attorney must be specifically authorized by the principal to access the contents of the principal's electronic communications.
The evolution of electronic communication has similarly affected the accounting profession.
•Capture and archive the content of all third-party links originated in all forms of electronic communications, along with an image of the hyperlink location , the text including any documents, pictures or video.
So what can be done to protect electronic communications? There
--supply electronic communications services to end customers, provided they can demonstrate that private initiatives alone are insufficient to satisfy the needs of end customers.
The bill would not affect the government's ability to use administrative, civil discovery, and grand jury subpoena to access corporate email and other electronic communications directly from a company.
It prohibits unauthorized access to electronic communications stored in certain computer systems.
Illinois law makers amended sections 607 and 609 of the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act, defining visitation and instructing courts on how to consider electronic communication when determining parental visitation rights.
Greece stands accused of explicitly excluding broadcasting services from the scope of its new law on electronic communications, notified to the Commission on 14 February 2006.
Beginning in January, "World Communications Regulation Report" will focus on the increasingly convergent electronic communications and telecommunications industries and the legal and enforcement issues related to them.
Such "cyberbullymg"--using file Internet and electronic communications technologies to transmit hostile messages and images--is a serious and growing problem that affects every school district.
Electronic communications are a critical dimension in today's society.

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