Customs Electronic Bulletin Board – Definition

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Customs Electronic Bulletin Board (CEBB) Definition

The Customs Electronic Bulletin Board (CEBB) is electronic data surface that publicly displays all information on rulings, regulations and procedures of the United States Customs Service for communities in due time. CEBB provides a periodic compilation of public messages, notices announcements and sometimes advertisement to trade and shipping communities.

Individuals in different communities can view the Customs Electronic Bulletin Board on their computers and other electronic devices. They can access information on CEBB anywhere they are and at any time. Shipments and trading requirements decided on by the U.S Customs Service are also made available on CEBB.

References for Customs Electronic Bulletin Board

Academic Research on Customs Electronic Bulletin Board (CEBB)

Customs Law, McGrath, M. T., Friedman, L. M., & Shapiro, R. A. (1997). In Int’l L. (Vol. 31, p. 379).

Comparative Views of US Customs Valuation Issues in Light of the US Customs Modernization Act, Hayward, E. J., & Long, J. (1996). Minn. J. Global Trade, 5, 311.

International Investment, Development, and Privatization, Edwards Jr, R. H., Williamson, I. A., Weinstein, B. H., & Hines, C. L. (2001). In Int’l L. (Vol. 35, p. 383).

Fundamentals of Importing and the Customs Modernization Act, Fulkerson, D. L. (1997). Tulsa J. Comp. & Int’l L., 5, 335.

Debating the curriculum: Social studies or history, 1892–1937, Watras, J. (2002). The Social Studies, 93(6), 245-250.

India on-line: Electronic bulletin boards and the construction of a diasporic Hindu identity, Rai, A. S. (1995). Diaspora: A Journal of Transnational Studies, 4(1), 31-57.

Investigating the role of identity in writing using electronic bulletin boards, Spiliotopoulos, V., & Carey, S. (2005). Canadian modern language review, 62(1), 87-109.

Computer Bulletin Boards and Defamation: Who Should Be Liable-Under What Standard, Charles, R. (1987). JL & Tech., 2, 121.

Perceptions of American Culture, Meagher, M. E., & Castaños, F. (1996). Computer-mediated communication: Linguistic, social, and cross-cultural perspectives, 39, 187.

Indigenous language revitalization and technology from traditional to contemporary domains, Galla, C. (2009). Indigenous Language Revitalization: Encouragement, Guidance & Lessons Learned. Flagstaff (Arizona, Estados Unidos): Northern Arizona University. Págs, 167-182.

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