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November 25, 1987

THE US FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION TO EXTEND ACCESS CHARGES TO ELECTRONIC MAIL AND DATABASE NETWORKS

By CBR Staff Writer

The US Federal Communications Commission is pressing on with its controversial proposals to extend access charges to electronic mail and database networks and to private corporate networks, although the flack it has already received on the former idea has persuaded it to postpone imposition from the proposed January 1; on private networks, it appears that the charges would be incurred when outside calls into the network are routed to a location in another state, at a proposed $4.50 per userhour.

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