Federal Communications Law Journal

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

Articles from Vol. 57, No. 1, December

An Architecture for Spam Regulation
I. INTRODUCTION II. BACKGROUND A. The Spammers' Tools B. The Case for Spam Regulation III. LEGAL HISTORY A. Common Law Remedies B. Legislative Responses C. First Amendment Concerns D. Industry's Response IV. ...
Competition versus Regulation: "Mediating between Right and Right" in the Wireless and Wireline Telephone Industries
I. INTRODUCTION II. THE RISE AND FALL OF AT&T THROUGH GOVERNMENT REGULATION A. The Growth of AT&T in the Telecommunications Industry as a "Natural Monopoly" B. The Beginning of the End: The Breakup of AT&T ...
Editor's Note
Welcome to the first issue of the fifty-seventh volume of the Federal Communications Law Journal. This issue presents a diverse selection of communications law topics, including international telecommunications services, digital carriage rules for...
Nonprofit Solicitation under the Telemarketing Sales Rule
I. INTRODUCTION II. FTC STATUTORY AUTHORITY TO REGULATE NONPROFIT SOLICITATION III. FREE SPEECH PROTECTION FOR CHARITABLE SOLICITATION A. Fraud as a Compelling Interest to Support Regulation of Nonprofit Solicitation under the TSR ...
The Road Not Yet Traveled: Why the FCC Should Issue Digital Must-Carry Rules for Public Television "First"
I. THE DIGITAL TRANSITION: BUILD-OUT OF THE INFRASTRUCTURE II. THE DIGITAL TRANSITION: PUBLIC TELEVISION'S ROLE III. THE FCC RULING ON CABLE CARRIAGE AND ITS IMPACT ON PUBLIC TELEVISION IV. DIGITAL CARRIAGE FOR PUBLIC TELEVISION "FIRST". ...
Uberregulation without Economics: The World Trade Organization's Decision in the U.S.-Mexico Arbitration on Telecommunications Services
I. INTRODUCTION II. THE U.S.-MEXICO ARBITRATION DECISION A. The Mexican Regulatory Regime B. The United States' Contentions C. The Panel's Findings 1. Mexico's Commitments under Section 2 of the Reference Paper ...