Volume 49; 1996-1997 • Issue 2

Editor’s Note

Articles

Ideas of the Marketplace: A Guide to The 1996 Telecommunications Act
by Michael I. Meyerson

Far Is Too Far? The Line Between “Offensive” and “Indecent” Speech
by Milagros Rivera-Sanchez

Regulating Competition in the Interexchange Telecommunications Market: The Dominant/Nondominant Carrier Approach and the Evolution of Forbearance
by Scott M. Schoenwald

FCC Reform: Governing Requires a New Standard
by William H. Read

Notes

Do You Feel the Sunshine? Government in the Sunshine Act: Its Objectives, Goals, and Effect on the FCC and You
by Kathy Bradley

Contributory Liability for Access Providers: Solving the Conundrum Digitalization Has Placed on Copyright Laws
by Wendy M. Melone

Book Reviews

Understanding the Telecommunications Act of 1996
by Christopher H. Sterling

Essays

Antitrust and Communications: Changes After the Telecommunications Act of 1996
by Douglas B. McFadden

Copyright:

Copyright © 1996 by the Federal Communications Law Journal. Except as otherwise provided, the author of each article in this issue has granted permission for copies of that article to be made for classroom use, provided that (1) copies are distributed at or below cost, (2) the author and the Journal are identified, (3) proper notice of copyright is attached to each copy, and (4) the Federal Communications Law Journal is notified of the use.