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''' Electronic and information technology'''
 
''' Electronic and information technology'''
   
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{{Quote|[i]ncludes [[information technology]] and any equipment or [[interconnected]] [[system]] or [[subsystem]] of equipment, that is used in the creation, [[conversion]], or [[duplication]] of [[data]] or [[information]]. The term electronic and information technology includes, but is not limited to, [[telecommunications]] products (such as [[telephone]]s), [[information]] [[kiosk]]s and transaction machines, [[World Wide Web]] [[site]]s, [[multimedia]], and office equipment such as [[copier]]s and [[fax machine]]s. The term does not include any equipment that contains [[embed]]ded [[information technology]] that is used as an integral part of the product, but the principal function of which is not the [[data acquisition|acquisition]], [[data storage|storage]], [[manipulation]], [[data management|management]], movement, control, [[display]], [[switching]], [[data interchange|interchange]], [[data transmission|transmission]], or reception of [[data]] or [[information]]. For example, HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) equipment such as thermostats or temperature control devices, and medical equipment where [[information technology]] is integral to its operation, are not [[information technology]].<ref>36 C.F.R. Β§1194.4.</ref>}}
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{{Quote|[i]ncludes [[information technology]] and any equipment or [[interconnected]] [[system]] or [[subsystem]] of equipment, that is used in the creation, [[conversion]], or [[duplication]] of [[data]] or [[information]]. The term electronic and information technology includes, but is not limited to, [[telecommunications]] products (such as [[telephone]]s), [[information]] [[kiosk]]s and transaction machines, [[World Wide Web]] [[site]]s, [[multimedia]], and office equipment such as [[copier]]s and [[fax machine]]s. The term does not include any equipment that contains [[embed]]ded [[information technology]] that is used as an integral part of the product, but the principal function of which is not the [[data acquisition|acquisition]], [[data storage|storage]], [[data manipulation|manipulation]], [[data management|management]], movement, control, [[display]], [[switching]], [[data interchange|interchange]], [[data transmission|transmission]], or reception of [[data]] or [[information]]. For example, HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) equipment such as thermostats or temperature control devices, and medical equipment where [[information technology]] is integral to its operation, are not [[information technology]].<ref>36 C.F.R. Β§1194.4.</ref>}}
   
 
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