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xii, 782 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Power
  • Entry
  • Pricing
  • Access
  • Classification
  • Bad content
  • Intermediary liability.
Law Library (Crown)
xxiv, 956 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
  • Introduction to telecommunications regulation
  • Telecommunications policy in institutional perspective
  • Regulating the spectrum
  • Zoning the spectrum
  • Structuring and assigning licenses
  • Early telephone regulation through divestiture
  • Control of telephone monopolies
  • Multichannel video foundations
  • Shared content
  • Structural regulation of media
  • Antitrust and merger review
  • Introduction and evolution
  • Universal service : from telephony to broadband
  • Broadband jurisdiction and structural regulation
  • Direct regulation of content deemed valuable
  • Direct regulation of content deemed harmful
  • Why an FCC?
  • Statutory appendix
  • Conceptual index and telecommunications glossary.
Law Library (Crown)
xi, 321 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Free expression and the Constitution
  • The content distinction
  • The First Amendment toolkit
  • Illegal advocacy
  • Defamation and other torts
  • Offensive language and hate speech
  • Sexual material
  • Commercial speech
  • Public property
  • Speech in the public sector
  • The media
  • Associations, parties, and political campaigns
  • Free exercise
  • The Establishment Clause.
Written by a leading national scholar, Farber's coverage of the First Amendment is clear and incisive. All of the major areas of this complex doctrine are reviewed, including the religion clauses. The text also probes theories of free speech and debates over controversial issues such as campaign finance, hate speech, and religious exemptions.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781628100143 20160619
Law Library (Crown)