Law and Disorder in Cyberspace: Abolish the FCC and Let Common Law Rule the Telecosm

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LAW AND DISORDER IN CYBERSPACE
Abolish the FCC
and Let Common Law
Rule the Telecosm

PETER HUBER

Oxford New York
OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
1997

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xiii
  • Acknowledgments xvii
  • 1 - Introduction 3
  • I - The Future and the Past 11
  • 2 - Technologies of Freedom 13
  • 3 - The Commission 24
  • 4 - Into the Labyrinth 35
  • II - Deconstructing the Telecosm 49
  • 5 - Cable 51
  • 6 - The Airwaves Unbound 63
  • 7 - Wires Unbound 77
  • 8 - Busting Trusts 88
  • 9 - The Ascent of Competition 103
  • III - Making Connections 115
  • 10 - Pricing 117
  • 11 - Universal Service 130
  • 12 - Common Carriage 142
  • 13 - Reassembling the Pieces 155
  • IV - The Marketplace of Ideas 163
  • 14 - Free Speech 165
  • 15 - Speech for Sale 178
  • 16 - Privacy 189
  • 17 - A People's Constitution 199
  • Notes 207
  • Index 259
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