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. 1, January

Advancing Consumer Interests through Ubiquitous Broadband: The Need for a New Spectrum
I. INTRODUCTION II. UBIQUITOUS BROADBAND PENETRATION MUST BE OUR HIGHEST PRIORITY AND SPECTRUM REFORM IS NECESSARY TO ACHIEVE THAT GOAL III. IMPROVING FEDERAL SPECTRUM POLICY IV. NETWORK NEUTRALITY REGULATION: SOLUTION IN SEARCH OF...
Creating Effective Broadband Network Regulation
I. INTRODUCTION II. Is BROADBAND SUFFICIENTLY COMPETITIVE TO LEAVE NETWORK MANAGEMENT TO MARKET FORCES? A. The FCC and Communications Markets B. The Broadband Network Market Is Less Than Fully Competitive Nationwide III. THE...
Editor's Note
Welcome to the sixty-second Volume of the Federal Communications Law Journal, the nation's premier communications law journal and the official journal of the Federal Communications Bar Association. The staff is excited about the quality of the articles...
Network Neutrality between False Positives and False Negatives: Introducing a European Approach to American Broadband Markets
I. INTRODUCTION II. SOME NOTES ON NETWORK NEUTRALITY, NETWORK MANAGEMENT, AND EMERGING BROADBAND MARKETS III. EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN PATHS TO PRESENT-DAY TELECOMMUNICATIONS POLICY A. A Brief History of US. Network Management Regulation...
Universal Service in the United States: A Focus on Mobile Communications
I. INTRODUCTION II. THE HISTORY OF UNIVERSAL SERVICE REGULATION III. RECENT FEDERAL ACTIONS IMPORTANT TO MOBILE AND THE USF A. The Joint Board Recommendation B. The January 29, 2008, FCC Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) ...
Virtually Enabled: How Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act Might Be Applied to Online Virtual Worlds
I. INTRODUCTION II. VIRTUAL WORLDS, VIRTUAL LIVES A. Characteristics of Virtual Worlds B. Virtual Worlds' Benefits to People with Disabilities C. Virtual Worlds' Obstacles for People with Disabilities D. Options to Overcome the...
Whose Burden Is It Anyway? Addressing the Needs of Content Owners in DMCA Safe Harbors
I. INTRODUCTION II. BACKGROUND A. What is Secondary Liability? B. Secondary Liability in the Peer-2-Peer (P2P) Context 1. Napster and the Limits of Substantial Noninfringing Uses 2. Aimster and the Reframing of Sony ...