Federal Communications Law Journal

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

Articles from Vol. 59, No. 1, December

Broadcast Technology as Diversity Opportunity: Exchanging Market Power for Multiplexed Signal Set-Asides
I. INTRODUCTION: PUBLIC ACCESS IN EXCHANGE FOR MARKET POWER: TWO APPROACHES BASED ON QUID PRO QUO II. IDENTIFYING THE PROBLEMS: LACK OF ACCESS, LACK OF DIVERSITY A. The Current State of Access Rights B. Connecting Access, Diversity,...
Editor's Note
Greetings! Welcome to Volume 59 of the Federal Communications Law Journal, the nation's premier journal in communications law and the official law journal of the Federal Communications Bar Association. This Issue provides timely and insightful analysis...
Municipal Broadband: Challenges and Perspectives
I. INTRODUCTION AND SUMMARY II. BROADBAND DEMAND III. POSSIBLE JUSTIFICATIONS FOR MUNICIPAL BROADBAND IV. SPEED, FEATURE, AND PRICE CONSIDERATIONS V. MUNICIPAL BROADBAND STATUS A. Municipal Broadband Deployment B. State and Federal...
Opening Bottlenecks: On Behalf of Mandated Network Neutrality
I. INTRODUCTION II. IN PRAISE OF NEUTRAL NETWORKS A. A Stable Platform for Innovation B. An Open Channel for Communication III. BOTTLENECKS AND ROADBLOCKS: ACTUAL AND POTENTIAL THREATS OF DISCRIMINATION A....
The Information Quality Act: The Little Statute That Could (or Couldn't?) Applying the Safe Drinking Water Act Amendments of 1996 to the Federal Communications Commission
I. INTRODUCTION II. THE INFORMATION QUALITY ACT A. Risk Analysis Under the Safe Drinking Water Act B. Office of Management and Budget's Safe Drinking Water Act Amendments of 1996 C. The Safe Drinking Water Act Amendments of...
The Legal Status of Spyware
I. OVERVIEW OF SPYWARE'S RELATIONSHIP WITH THE LAW II. SPYWARE TECHNOLOGY: A TECHNICAL OVERVIEW A. Spyware Defined B. Spyware Has Two Primary Forms 1. Software-Enabled Installation of Spyware via Shareware 2. Web-Enabled...
You Said What? the Perils of Content-Based Regulation of Public Broadcast Underwriting Acknowledgments
I. STATUTORY AND ADMINISTRATIVE PROHIBITIONS AGAINST THE BROADCAST OF ADVERTISEMENTS II. INCONSISTENCY IN IDENTIFYING QUALITATIVE OR COMPARATIVE DESCRIPTIONS III. THE FIRST AMENDMENT IMPACT OF INCONSISTENT CONTENT-BASED ENFORCEMENT IV....