Vol. 68 Nbr. 3, November 2016
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- Editor's note.
- A better agency: reforming the Federal Communications Commission.
- Achieving bandwidth abundance: the three policy levers for intensifying broadband competition.
- U.S. Telecom Association V. FCC.
- Tennessee v. FCC.
- National Association of Broadcasters v. FCC.
- Tennis Channel, Inc. v. FCC.
- Prometheus Radio Project v. FCC (Prometheus III).
- ADX Communications of Pensacola v. FCC.
- Great Lakes Comnet v. FCC.
- Montgomery County v. FCC.
- Mako Communications, LLC V. FCC.
- Saturn Telecommunication Services V. FCC.
- Law v. FCC.
- Kay v. FCC.
- Behr v. FCC.
- Beach TV Properties, Inc. v. FCC.
- Johnson v. FCC.
- Schum v. FCC.
- The move to spectrum sharing: how reclassification under title II will cause spectrum sharing to dominate telecommunications policy.
- Great expectations: using the language of innovation to command efficiency and shift the burden of spectrum scarcity.
- From ship-to-shore telegraphs to Wi-Fi packets: using section 705(a) to protect wireless communications.