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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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Additionally, the ePrivacy regulation will also protect metadata associated with electronic communications, as well.
P has a bank account for which P received only electronic statements; P has stored photos in a cloud-based internet account; and P has an email account with a company that provides electronic communication services to the public.
Individual recipients of electronic communication may have retained a copy of a deleted correspondence, or someone may have taken an electronic snapshot of a social media post before it was deleted.
"We are excited to be expanding this service to all forms of electronic communications," said Craig Brauff, Chief Executive Officer for Erado.
storage of a wire or electronic communication incidental to the
Scots are taking longest to embrace electronic communication, with only 13% happy to receive email.
The Commission maintains that this is in breach of Directive 2002/77 which 'extended the principle of full market liberalisation to all electronic communications services, including broadcasting services'.
Physicians might be more willing to offer electronic communications to patients if e-mails could be triaged by their staff, Anne F.
Scarfo, the FBI placed a keystroke logger on a computer to help crack a password-protected file, and the government successfully argued that only data sent through the modem and across the Internet was considered an electronic communication, and that something that was simply being typed--for example, a word-processing document not being transmitted across the Internet--was not.
With sensitive receivers and high-gain antennas, the EP-3E can detect, interpret and report a wide range of electronic communication and radar signals from deep within enemy territory.
Patient care is enhanced through electronic communication of information regarding needed length of stay and patient placement at discharge.
Noting that electronic communication places new demands on language that leads to interesting variations in written language use, this Digest summarizes insights gained from research on writing behavior and performance in the electronic age.

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