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Ofcom

/ (ˈɒfkɒm) /
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n acronym for

(in Britain) Office of Communications: a government body regulating the telecommunications industries; a super-regulator merging the Radio Authority, Independent Television Commission, and Oftel

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Example sentences from the Web for Ofcom

  • Under law, the media regulation authority, Ofcom, can nix the takeover if the purchasers are not deemed “fit and proper persons.”

    Knives Out Against Murdoch|William Underhill|July 7, 2011|DAILY BEAST
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