Federal Communications Law Journal

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

Articles from Vol. 71, No. 2, May

A Medium-Specific First Amendment Analysis on Compelled Campaign Finance Disclosure on the Internet
TABLE OF CONTENTS I. Introduction 301 II. Background 303 A. The Supreme Court Has Consistently Upheld the Constitutionality of Disclosure...
Broadband Internet Access Service Is a Telecommunications Service
Table of Contents I. Introduction 157 II. Telecommunications Service Versus Information Service 161 A. NARUC I & NARUC II (1976) 161 B. Computer...
Do State Reviews of Communications Mergers Serve the Public Interest?
Table of Contents I Introduction 126 II. The Law and Economics of State Merger Enforcement 127 A. Merger Enforcement, Consumer Welfare, and the Public Interest 128 B....
NETFLIX KILLED THE CABLE TV STAR: Cable TV Is Definitionally Disadvantaged for Use of Artificial Intelligence
TABLE OF CONTENTS I. Introduction 277 II. A New Reality for Cable TV: Hurting Advertisers and Hurting Viewers 278 A. Personally Identifiable Information ...
Ringless Voicemails: How an Emerging Unregulated Technology May Hinder the Intent of Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991
TABLE OF CONTENTS I. Introduction 255 II. Background 257 A. The Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 257 B. The FCC and the...
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