Federal Communications Law Journal

Trade journal covering communications law. Published in cooperation with the Indiana University School of Law, Bloomington.

Articles from Vol. 56, No. 3, May

A Horizontal Leap Forward: Formulating a New Communications Public Policy Framework Based on the Network Layers Model
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY I. OVERVIEW AND SUMMARY II. BACKGROUND A. The Worm of Legacy Communications Regulation B. The Network Engineering Concept of Layered Architecture 1. The Layering and End-to-End Principles 2. Protocol...
Editor's Note
Welcome to the third issue of the fifty-sixth volume of the Federal Communications Law Journal. This issue, comprised of four Articles and one student Note, deals with topics such as regulatory parity, international and comparative wireless regulation,...
Parity Rules: Mapping Regulatory Treatment of Similar Services
I. INTRODUCTION II. TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES A. Background 1. Wireline Telecommunications 2. Wireless Telecommunications B. Regulatory Issues 1. Market Power 2. Local Competition 3. Universal Service ...
Staying Afloat in the Internet Stream: How to Keep Web Radio from Drowning in Digital Copyright Royalties
I. INTRODUCTION II. COPYRIGHT LAW AND MUSICAL RECORDINGS A. Early Regulations B. The Birth of the Internet C. Digital Performance Right in Sound Recordings Act D. The Digital Millennium Copyright Act E. Bonneville Int'l Corp....
Verizon Communications, Inc. V. FCC - Telecommunications Access Pricing and Regulator Accountability through Administrative Law and Takings Jurisprudence
I. INTRODUCTION II. U.S. TELECOMMUNICATIONS REGULATION A. Deregulation Framework B. Access Pricing III. ADMINISTRATIVE LAW AND REVIEWING TELECOMMUNICATIONS ACCESS PRICES A. The Verizon Decision B. Administrative Law and Access...
Wandering along the Road to Competition and Convergence - the Changing CMRS Roadmap
I. INTRODUCTION: THE WIRELESS ROAD LESS TRAVELED--TWO ROADS DIVERGED A. Once Again, Whither Wireless? B. Charting a Federal Course for CMRS--The FCC as Wilderness Guide II. WIRELESS LANDSCAPE IMPROVEMENTS--1998-2003 III. PERSISTENT...