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AO 2010-23

CTIA - The Wireless Association

Summary

Use of cellular phone text messaging for anonymous contributions to candidates and political committees.

Documents

Final opinion November 19, 2010
Date Name Document type
11/19/2010 2010-23 Final Opinion
11/18/2010 Draft AO, Agenda Document No. 10-67-C Draft Documents
11/18/2010 Vote Votes
11/17/2010 Comment on Agenda Document No. 10-67-A Comments and Ex parte Communications
11/17/2010 Draft AO, Agenda Document No. 10-67-A Draft Documents
11/17/2010 Draft AO, Agenda Document No. 10-67-B Draft Documents
11/04/2010 Extension of Time AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time
11/02/2010 Notice of Intent to Appear AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time
10/28/2010 Draft AO, Agenda Document No. 10-67 Draft Documents
09/24/2010 Comment on AOR by Aristotle International Comments and Ex parte Communications
09/10/2010 Request by CTIA-The Wireless Association AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time

Entities

Role Name Type
Requestor CTIA - The Wireless Association Trade Association
Counsel/Representative Burns, Caleb P. Individual
Commenter Aristotle International Corporation (including LLCs electing corporate status)
Commenter Mason, David Individual