Federal Communications Law Journal

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

Articles from Vol. 62, No. 3, June

Derailed by the D.C. Circuit: Getting Network Management Regulation Back on Track
I. INTRODUCTION II. BACKGROUND--NETWORK MANAGEMENT A. Understanding Network Management B. Precursors to the Regulation of Network Management Practices C. The FCC Condemns Comcast's Network Management Practices ...
Editor's Note
Welcome to the third Issue of Volume 62 of the Federal Communications Law Journal, the nation's premier communications law journal and the official journal of the Federal Communications Bar Association. This Issue includes a collection of articles,...
FCC V. Fox Television Stations and the FCC's New Fleeting Expletive Policy
I. INTRODUCTION II. THE PACIFICA CASE AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT STATUS OF INDECENT SPEECH III. THE FCC'S NEW FLEETING EXPLETIVES POLICY IV. FOX TELEVISION STATIONS E FCC; THE SECOND CIRCUIT DECISION V. FCC v. FOX TELEVISION STATIONS: THE...
Music as Speech: A First Amendment Category Unto Itself
"Strictly speaking you cannot write about music; music expresses what it has to say in its own terms, and you cannot translate these into language.... (1) I. MUSIC SPEAKS II. BETWEEN SOUND AND MIND III. MUSIC IN FREE-SPEECH JURISPRUDENCE A....
The Sound of Money: Securing Copyright, Royalties, and Creative "Progress" in the Digital Music Revolution
I. INTRODUCTION II. U.S. COPYRIGHT LAW IN THE CONTEXT OF TECHNOLOGICAL AND MARKET CHANGE A. The Existing Legal Framework 1. Constitutional and Theoretical Foundations of Copyright 2. Strong Rights Granted to Composers...
Thwack!! Take That, User-Generated Content!: Marvel Enterprises V. NCSoft
I. INTRODUCTION II. THE GROWTH OF USER-GENERATED CONTENT A. The Birth of User-Generated Content B. User-Generated Content Develops C. Two Types of UGC Emerge III. COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT DEGRADES USER-GENERATED CONTENT SITES IV....
Vertical Separation of Telecommunications Networks: Evidence from Five Countries
I. INTRODUCTION II. UNBUNDLING AND DISCRIMINATION IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS MARKETS: THE REGULATORY CASE FOR SEPARATION A. Mandatory Unbundling and the Incentive Problem B. Forms of Separation III. MANDATORY SEPARATION AND THE ECONOMICS...