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13. See Rosing, Wayne. 1994. "Interactive Video Systems," statement before the House Subcommittee on Telecommunications and Finance of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, February 1, p. 2.

14. American Committee for Interoperable Systems. 1994. Comment on International Aspects of the NII, August, p. 4 n.2.

15. EUROBIT-ITI-JEIDA Paper (Jan. 1995), p. 5.

16. Id., p. 7.

17. Id., p. 5.

18. Id., p. 7.

19. Information Infrastructure Task Force. 1995. Global Information Infrastructure: Agenda for Cooperation. Information Infrastructure Task Force, Washington, D.C., February, pp. 14–15.

20. Id., p. 16.

21. Id., p. 17.

22. European Commission. 1994. Initial Theme Paper. September.

23. Id. Canada also seems to rely entirely on standards bodies to achieve the goal of interoperability. See The Canadian Information Highway (April 1994), pp. 13–14 and 23–24.

24. Documents Resulting from the G-7 Ministerial Conference on the Information Society, issued Feb. 26, 1995, reprinted in Daily Executive Report (Bureau for National Affairs, Washington, D.C.), Feb. 28, 1995, at M-5.

25. Id.

26. Id.

27. Id.

28. Id.

29. Id.

30. Id.

31. Id.

32. See Hudson, Richard L., and James Pressley. 1995. "G-7 Nations Make Gains in Facilitating Access to Information Superhighway," Wall Street Journal, February 27, p. A7A.



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