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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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We are excited to be expanding this service to all forms of electronic communications," said Craig Brauff, Chief Executive Officer for Erado.
Disclosure can occur through the use of electronic communications devices such as cordless and cell phones, faxes and e-mail.
Truth is, she says, when administrators attempt to read the 132-page Act (which contains amendments and provisions to, among other things, The Family Educational Rights Privacy Act [FERPA], the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act [FISA], and the Electronic Communications Act [ECA]), they find they can barely make heads or tails of it.
Abuse of electronic communications causes myriad problems for employers, including:
Electronic communication should not compromise a physician's judgement about what Information is necessary to render an opinion or give advice.
Until a few years ago, electronic communications in Lausanne converged on the turn-of-the-century central Post Office, but antennae all over the listed building were unacceptable, and the position was compromised for radio reception.
Because it was crucial to start taking data as soon as possible, rapid electronic communication allowed astronomers to begin an extensive, coordinated campaign to monitor the supernova within days of its sighting (SN: 3/7/87, p.
The CWA Website and Electronic Communications Awards include marketing-oriented websites and other digital media, such as e-newsletters, blogs, podcasts, and streaming video.
8220;It surprising how many times we see some of the same mistakes happen with electronic communication,” says Terri Zwierzynski, CEO and founder of Solo-E.
This policy should address access to inappropriate Internet material by students and staff, the safety and security of students when using electronic communication, misuse and illegal use of the Internet including copyright, plagiarism, harmful speech, computer security, and the unauthorized disclosure of personal information by students.
Thus, the federal statutes distinguish "interception" of an electronic communication at the time of transmission from the retrieval of communications after they have been stored electronically.
Five years ago, when a health care community began to consider seriously how, its members would implement an electronic communication network between workstations in all the locations of care, there were few options.

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