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Federal broadband law, Volume 1

John Thorne, Peter William Huber, Michael K. Kellogg - Computers - 1995 - 942 pages
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 ...
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Law and Disorder in Cyberspace: Abolish the FCC and Let Common Law Rule the ...

Peter William Huber - Law - 1997 - 265 pages
When the U.S. Congress created the Federal Radio Commission in 1927, what we now call cyberspace was just "ether." Broadcasting had only begun to carry tinny human voices and ...
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An Introduction to U.S. Telecommunications Law

Charles H. Kennedy - Law - 2001 - 374 pages
This completely revised and updated edition includes a comprehensive look at the Telecommunications Act of 1996, its sweeping reforms, and the short-term increase in TC ...
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The Bottomless Well: The Twilight of Fuel, the Virtue of Waste, and why We ...

Peter William Huber, Mark P. Mills - Nature - 2005 - 214 pages
A revolutionary look at energy theory shatters commonly held perceptions and myths about fuel, explaining how demand will never go down, the benefits of energy "waste," the ...
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Phantom Risk: Scientific Inference and the Law

Kenneth R. Foster, David E. Bernstein, Peter W. Huber - Law - 1999 - 457 pages
Phantom risks are risks whose very existence is unproven and perhaps unprovable, yet they raise real problems at the interface of science and the law. Phantom Risk surveys a ...
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