The Subcommittee on Communications and Technology today discussed three proposals that would strengthen consumer protection against ID spoofing, ensure consideration of low power television and translators in auction proceedings, and reduce regulatory burden on electronics manufacturers.
"These bills will benefit consumers, streamline electronic device manufacturing for the digital age, and protect Americans from misleading communications," said subcommittee Chairman
The panel discussed the E-LABEL Act, a proposal from subcommittee Vice Chairman
The panel also examined the Anti-Spoofing Act of 2013, H.R. 3670, which is authored by Reps.
The final bill that was reviewed was the LPTV and Translator Preservation Act of 2014, authored by full committee Chairman Emeritus Barton, which will ensure consideration of low power television (LPTV) and broadcast translator licensees by the
For more information on today's hearing and to read copies of the proposals, click here (http://energycommerce.house.gov/hearing/legislative-hearing-anti-spoofing-act-lptv-and-translator-act-and-e-label-act).
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