Communications Law and Policy: Cases and Materials
Finally there is a casebook that addresses the topics you want to cover in class--the law and policy of telephony, broadcast, cable, and the internet. Written by Jerry Kang, a nationally recognized expert in cyber communications issues, Communications Law and Policy concentrates on current applications of the law to give your students a solid foundation for practice in the twenty-first century.
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