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Internet & Related Issues (Page 9)
Obscenity : A 5 page paper analyzing the conviction of Robert
Thomas for interstate transmission of pornography and its
implications for free speech, particularly with concern for the
Internet. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Obscen.wps

Internet Censorship : This 6 page paper explores both sides
of the Internet censorship issue. A number of social and
political arugments are considered. Bibliography lists 9
sources. Intcen.wps

Internet Censorship and Unfairness : A relatively short, but
detailed 7 page analysis of the unfairness of Internet censorship
and the unconstitutionality of the Communications Decency
Act. The writer argues quite persuasively against censorship on
the 'net. Bibliography lists 8 sources to support arguments.

Internet Censorship / Shoot the Messenger : A 6 page
essay comparing two articles on the topic of Internet
censorship. The Communications Decency Act, as part of
the Telecommunications Act of 1996, was signed into law in
February, 1996. One of these articles was published in April,
one in May of the same year, and both explore some of the
implications that such censorship entails. In June of the same
year, a panel of Federal judges blocked the law by labeling it
unconstitutional, a move that will likely be in appeal for some
time to come. Bibliography includes two sources, the full text
of both sources is included. Censor.wps

The Implausibility Censorship On The Internet :
This 5 page paper argues that even if lawmakers wanted to
regulate pornography on the Internet, they would have difficulty
doing so. This emerging topic in the telecommunications
industry is important as not only does it touch on freedom
of speech and child protection issues but it broaches on
the very powerlessness of the governments around the
world as they try to corral something that perhaps
cannot be controlled. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

European Information Policies : A 17 page paper on the
issue of communications in the European communities. A
description of Europe’s participation as well as many examples
of possible initiatives is included. A discussion of the Green
Paper on the Convergence of the separate sectors of
communications is discussed. In addition there is some
information offered as to some current technological decisions
as they relate to the European communities such as issues
surrounding other technological items that are prevalent in the
United States. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Ecommun.wps

The Development of Telecommunications : A 5 page paper
that considers the monopolies, changing telecommunication
needs, and the impact of legal processes, including the
Telecommunications Act of 1996, on the status of the
telecommunications industry. This paper reflects on the
business history of AT&T and the Baby Bells as a means of
exploring the impact of legislative changes on the history and
development of the telecommunications industry.
Bibliography lists 5 sources. Devtele.wps

Telecommunications Act of 1996 : A 14 page research paper
which examines the ramifications of the 1996 Telecom Act
which served to reform all aspects of the telecommunications
industry. This legislation tore down many of these
governmental barriers. Local and long-distance phone
companies, broadcast and cable TV companies, computer
companies, etc. were all cut loose from previous restrictions
and were finally free to compete-or cooperate-as they, and their
respective technologies, saw fit. The writer relates what has
happened as a result of this new law thus far. Bibliography lists
12 sources. Teleact96.wps

Telecommunications Act : This 5 page paper provides an
overview on Telecommunications Acts, with a focus on cases
resulting from the 1996 legislation. The paper concludes that
such laws have not been effective. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

Telecommunications Act of 1996 : This 6 page paper outlines
the law and explores legislation prompted by its existence.
Failures of the act’s intent are noted and the focus is on the
major portion of the law which attempts to deregulate the
industry and inspire competition and lower prices. Also
included is a portion on the Communications Decency Act
which is part of the 1996 legislation. Bibliography lists 13
sources. 96act.wps

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