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common carriage

[′käm·ən ′kar·ij]
(electricity)
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The academic literature on common carriage reveals that while mandating nondiscrimination sounds good in principle, it is difficult to implement in practice.
as the common carriage requirement "compel[ling] those providers to
232) In this case, the net neutrality restrictions go far beyond whatever limitations common carriage or public accommodations norms placed upon network owners at common law.
In 1994, Vice President Gore excited the country's imagination with dreams of a superhighway that would "educate, promote democracy, and save lives," and the administration worked with Congress to produce a bill with common carriage and open architecture as its leading principles.
A common carriage certificate applicant must prove that he is fit, willing, and able to provide the transportation, prove a public demand or need for that transportation,(122) provide supporting evidence from the shipping community for the transportation services to be provided, and survive competition protests.
In any event, the history of common carriage raises questions whether common carriage would give edge providers the benefit of a nondiscrimination mandate.
Mr Edmed said that in Ofwat's access codes for common carriage in March 2002 it was not in the public interest for all entrants to be licensed and and the code stated 'it is not objectively justifiable for companies to insist they deal only with licensed entrants.
It is not the easiest of processes to have common carriage for water but we have to ensure it can happen.
Repeal all FCC rules that prescribe how spectrum is to be used for broadcast, common carriage, or private purposes.
Figure 3: WSL holders may purchase excess water from a neighbouring network, establish a link and pay common carriage
entry barriers, the interrelationship of common carriage and free speech