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Internet and Related Technologies

Internet and related technologies

General

▶Agencies

Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Strategic Planning and Policy Analysis (OSP),445 12th St. S.W., #7-C347, 20554; (202) 418-2030. Fax, (202) 418-2807. Wayne Lighton, Chief.

Web, www.fcc.gov/osp

Monitors developments in expansion of the global Internet and the communications industry. Reviews legal trends in intellectual property law and e-commerce issues.

National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) (Commerce Dept.),1401 Constitution Ave. N.W., #4898, 20230; (202) 482-2000. Fax, (202) 501-0536. David J. Redl, Assistant Secretary; Vacant, Chief of Staff. Press, (202) 482-7002.

Web, www.ntia.doc.gov, Twitter, @NTIAgov and Facebook, www.facebook.com/ntiagov

Responsible for oversight of the technical management of the Internet domain name system (DNS) and the Institute for Telecommunication Science (ITS).

▶Congress

Library of Congress, National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program (NDIIPP),James Madison Memorial Bldg., 101 Independence Ave. S.E., 20540-1300; (202) ...

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