Federal Broadband Law

Federal Broadband Law

by John Thorne, Peter W. Huber, Michael K. Kellogg
     
 

FEDERAL BROADBAND LAW provides an in-depth discussion of the entire range of broadband technologies, with detailed coverage of such significant concerns as:

  • Copyright, privacy and freedom of speech
  • Attempts to censor pornography and violence
  • The role of advertising
  • Federal vs. state authority
  • Antitrust law aspects
  • FCC powers
  • Constitutional
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    Overview

    FEDERAL BROADBAND LAW provides an in-depth discussion of the entire range of broadband technologies, with detailed coverage of such significant concerns as:

  • Copyright, privacy and freedom of speech
  • Attempts to censor pornography and violence
  • The role of advertising
  • Federal vs. state authority
  • Antitrust law aspects
  • FCC powers
  • Constitutional challenges
  • ...and much more. As freewheeling new media continue to obliterate the traditional legal distinctions between common carriers and private communications — and as unprecedented new technologies challenge established jurisdictional lines — this is the source that will be relied upon and cited increasingly in the years to come. Along with your order you'll receive — absolutely RISK-FREE — a copy of the Special Report, THE TELECOMMUNICATIONS ACT OF 1996 by Huber, Kellogg and Thorne. This Special Report provides you with a comprehensive overview of the biggest change in telecommunications law in the last 60 years. And it gives you an in-depth analysis of each of the law's provisions and clearly explains their implications for the future so you can arm yourself for the challenges ahead.

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  • Product Details

    ISBN-13:
    9780316841320
    Publisher:
    Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
    Publication date:
    12/31/1995
    Pages:
    969

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