Academic journal article Federal Communications Law Journal

Editor's Note

Academic journal article Federal Communications Law Journal

Editor's Note

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Welcome to the second issue of Volume 69 of the Federal Communications Law Journal (FCLJ), the official journal of the Federal Communications Bar Association (FCBA). As the incoming Editor-in-Chief of the FCLJ, I am humbled to serve the oldest communications law journal in the country. I hope that the FCLJ will continue to spur vibrant conversations, substantively add to the scholarship, and act as a resource for practitioners in the communications law field.

This issue contains a collection of pieces on timely and important topics in the field, including the Internet of Things, universal service, cyberbullying, freedom of speech, and online identity abuse issues. Earlier in the spring at The George Washington University Law School, the FCLJ successfully held its first symposium on consumer privacy and the right to be forgotten. As this issue intends to continue the discussion on this topic, the FCLJ is honored to feature an article penned by Jules Polonetsky, the Chief Executive Officer of the Future of Privacy Forum. Mr. Polonetsky's article proposes specific ways in which the Internet of Things can promote accessibility, equality, and inclusion for those who may experience extraneous hurdles and exclusion from the fast-changing world we live in.

In addition to this piece, the FCLJ proudly presents three student Notes. In the first Note, Brian O'Shea explores the problem of cyberbullying, the current legislative shortcomings in tackling this issue, and the insufficiency of a reliance on the right to be forgotten. …

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