Freedom of Information Act The United States Federal Communications Commission

The Freedom of Information Act is a United States federal statute enacted in 1966 to promote government transparency and the free exchange of public information. Under FOIA, any individual can request federal... more +
The Freedom of Information Act is a United States federal statute enacted in 1966 to promote government transparency and the free exchange of public information. Under FOIA, any individual can request federal agency records and enforce that right in a court of law. However, not all agency records can be requested; there are nine exempt categories of information. In addition to the federal law, many states have passed their own freedom of information acts. These acts are often similar but not always identical to the federal version.  less -
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Objections to FCC Disclosure of Cable Company Pricing Data Due Nov. 26, 2012

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) issued a public notice on Nov. 16, 2012 (DA-12-1855A1) notifying cable operators of a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request for public disclosure of pricing, tiering and system...more

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