Federal Communications Law Journal

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

Articles from Vol. 63, No. 3, May

A Policy Framework for Spectrum Allocation in Mobile Communications
I. INTRODUCTION II. FROM DE JURE TO DE FACTO SPECTRUM CAPS III. ANALYTICAL FRAMEWORK A. Theoretical Model B. Illustrations of the Theory IV. "MORE" SPECTRUM DOES NOT AFORTIORI MEAN "MORE" FIRMS A. Theoretical Evidence B....
How Elevation of Corporate Free Speech Rights Affects Legality of Network Neutrality
I. INTRODUCTION II. UTILIZING "ESSENTIALITY OF ACCESS" AS AN ORGANIZING PRINCIPLE III. THE COURT'S ANALYSIS IN CITIZENS UNITED V. FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION IV. IMPLICATIONS OF CITIZENS UNITED V. FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION V. FURTHER...
It's a Mad, Mad Internet: Globalization and the Challenges Presented by Internet Censorship
"It is very difficult to do business if you have to wake up every day and say 'OK, whose laws do I follow?' ... We have many countries and many laws and just one Internet."--Heather Killen, former Yahoo! senior vice president of international operations,...
Overwhelmed by Big Consolidation: Bringing Back Regulation to Increase Diversity in Programming That Serves Minority Audiences
I. INTRODUCTION II. HISTORY OF DIVERSITY AND CONSOLIDATION IN THE MEDIA A. Early Notions and Development of Diversity B. Metro Broadcasting, Inc. v. Federal Communications Commission and the Following Stagnation of Minority...
The Roberts Court and Freedom of Speech
I was asked to talk about the Roberts Court and freedom of speech. I thought what I would do is try to situate the First Amendment discussion in some larger themes about the Roberts Court--where it is now and where it is likely to go in the foreseeable...
WikiLeaks Would Not Qualify to Claim Federal Reporter's Privilege in Any Form
I. INTRODUCTION II. THE REPORTER'S PRIVILEGE, GENERALLY III. THE QUALIFIED FIRST AMENDMENT-BASED PRIVILEGE A. Efforts by the Federal Circuit Courts to Decide Who Has Status to Raise the Privilege B. Investigative Reporting Involves More Than...
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