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Cybertelecom-L is an email discussion group that has as its scope Federal Internet Law and Policy. Topics of discussion include (this is an old list)

If its the Federal government and its the Internet, its here!  This list is open to Internet service providers, Internet industry, Internet trade associations, public interest groups, scholars, professionals, and all other interested parties.

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Cybertelecom-l was initiated in 1997 and has over a decade of civil and insightful discourse. We are proud of the depth, substance and respectfulness of our dialogue. We work hard to ensure that it remains that way.

While the above are presented as a courtesy in order to outline appropriate netiquette, Cybertelecom reserves the right to take any action with regard to Cybertelecom-l that it deems appropriate, including but not limited to, changing individual's subscriptions to "moderated," removing individuals from the discussion group, or terminating the discussion group.

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For fun, read: Want Better Online Comments? Moderate, Moderate, Moderate, Moderate. Nieman Journalism Lab. May 24, 2014


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