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The Posts and Telecommunications Corporation limited was until 31st July 1994 mandated to manage the Radio Spectrum on behalf of the government of the Republic of Zambia. However, with the advent of plural politics, the Government unshackled the industries and allowed private participants in the running of the economy. Hence the Government through an Act of Parliament created the Communications Authority to oversee the liberalization of the Telecommunications Industry in the Country. The Authority came into being in July 1994. This was necessitated by the need to remove the monopolistic tendencies inherent with one party system that was prevailing at the time.
http://www.caz.zm/
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The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology facilitates, leads and implements the Government of Samoa's vision for Communications development. MCIT aims "to be a Leader in Communications Policy Formulation, Regulations, and the Provision of Information for a Connected and Informed Samoa.
http://www.mcit.gov.ws/
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The mission of the Communication Services Regulatory Agency consists of regulating and controlling the activities referred to Telecommunications (i.e. all transmission or reception of signs, signals, writings, images, sounds or information of any nature, by wires, radioelectricity, optical means and other electromagnetic systems) and Postal Services (i.e. admission, processing, transport and distribution of correspondence made by postal operators).
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The National Telecommunications and Information Administration is an agency in the U.S. Department of Commerce that serves as the executive branch agency principally responsible for advising the President on telecommunications and information policies. In this role frequently works with other Executive Branch agencies to develop and present the Administration's position on these issues. Since its creation in 1978, NTIA has been at the cutting edge of critical issues. In addition to representing the Executive Branch in both domestic and international telecommunications and information policy activities, NTIA also manages the Federal use of spectrum; performs cutting-edge telecommunications research and engineering, including resolving technical telecommunications issues for the Federal government and private sector; and administers infrastructure and public telecommunications facilities grants.
http://www.ntia.doc.gov/
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Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) is the regulator of the communications industry in Uganda. UCC regulates and promotes the developments in the communications industry. A Uganda in which sustainable national development is facilitated through availability and access to reliable, cost effective, and affordable communications services largely delivered through an enabled private sector. To facilitate sustainable development of communication services that are universally accessible through effective regulation.
http://www.ucc.co.ug/
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Ofcom was established as a body corporate by the Office of Communications Act 2002. Ofcom is the regulator for the UK communications industries, with responsibilities across television, radio, telecommunications and wireless communications services.
http://www.ofcom.org.uk/
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To support and enable the ICT sector in the UAE by safeguarding competition, providing fair access to the domestic infrastructure, and ensuring the optimal use of natural resources through the implementation of best practice in every area. To enhance the quality of services offered, to raise public awareness, protect the consumer interest, and facilitate the growth of the e-commerce environment. We will deliver these commitments through the encouragement of investment, innovation, development and education, through attracting and retaining a highly skilled and motivated workforce, and upholding our social and environmental responsibilities.
http://www.tra.gov.ae/
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Telecommunications Authority was established as per the Law No. 4502 in 27 January 2000. Its activities started as of 15 August 2000. It's Regulation came into effect after being published in the Official Gazette No.24238 of 22 November 2000.
http://www.btk.gov.tr/eng/english.htm
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The Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago is an independent regulatory body, established by the Telecommunications Act 2001 and an act to amend the Telecommunications Act, 2001, with responsibility for the liberalization and regulation of the telecommunications and broadcasting sectors. The Authority became operational on 5 th July 2004.
http://www.tatt.org.tt/
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The NTC consists of seven members selected from the persons recognized and respected with knowledge, experiences and expertise in telecommunications, education, culture, economics, public laws, security, science and technology.
http://eng.ntc.or.th/index.php
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