The Federal Communications Commission, or FCC, regulates communications by television, radio, satellite, wire, and cable.
Their jurisdiction covers all 50 states, U.S. territories, and the District of Columbia. They are an independent government agency that was created in 1934. They regulate any kind of communication which includes anything that emits radio waves including:
The FCC regulates all communications including these actions, mainly for safety reasons.
See Federal Communications Commission in Webster's New World College Dictionary
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