|About the Book|
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 communicationsand as unprecedented new technologies challenge established jurisdictional linesthis is the source that will be relied upon and cited increasingly in the years to come. Along with your order youll receiveabsolutely RISK-FREEa 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 laws provisions and clearly explains their implications for the future so you can arm yourself for the challenges ahead.