exchange service is defined as access from a teletypewriter
or such data station and the privilege of intercommunication with substantially all persons having teletypewriter
or other such data stations; see Sec.
In pertinent part, that legislative history states: The definitions of local telephone service (previously general telephone service), toll telephone service, and teletypewriter
exchange service have been updated and modified to make it clear that it is the service as such which is being taxed and not merely the equipment being supplied.
(49) Telstra had a blanket policy of providing standard handsets for telephones but refused to provide any alternate telecommunications devices, including teletypewriters
, for people with hearing impairments.
exchange service refers to a data system that is understood to be no longer in use.
To report a dangerous product or product-related injury, and for information on CPSC's fax-on-demand service, call their hotline at (800) 638-2772 or CPSC's teletypewriter
at (800) 638-8270.
Such subsidiary organizations or groups as foreign-language translators, cryptographers, signal officers, telegraphers, radar and sonar operators, experts in reporting technical and scientific findings; persons who use confidential business codes; religious leaders and mystics; meteorologists and other interpreters of signs; may be upwardly dispersed to society, like diplomats who translate documents for companies in their countries; or downwardly to individual members and employees; artifacts such as teletypewriter
, print reader, computer; other data-processing machines, pattern-recognition machines like check readers and punched-card readers.
HRC, for instance, didn't realize its need for a TTY (teletypewriter
)--a special device that allows deaf people to communicate over regular telephones--until deaf gay students started contacting HRC through an interpreter to seek advocacy assistance because they believed police and officials at Gallaudet were ignoring the possible hate-crime element of Plunkett's murder.
For instance, the technician notes that the teletypewriter
does not print the word application.
Ramps and elevators allow passage where previously only stair-users tread, and the teletypewriter
(TTY) allows people who are deaf to use the phone.
To report a dangerous product or a product-related injury, call C.P.S.C.'s hotline at (800) 638-2772 or C.P.S.C.'s teletypewriter
at (800) 638-8270, or visit C.P.S.C.'s web site at http://www.cpsc.gov/ talk.
Callers with access to a teletypewriter
(TTY) or telecommunications device for the deaf (TDD) can call 877-486-2048.
To express it in simple technology, data reduction can be a cathode ray tube (CRT) display on a TV type screen on command or sequentially controlled; a teletypewriter
for recorded display; or both.