Communications Law and Policy
Explores the legal and policy framework for electronic communications media that enable today's 'information age'. Focuses on the policy and regulatory frameworks for (1) telecommunications services, including telephone, cable TV, Internet, mobile and fixed wireless and satellite services, and (2) TV and radio broadcasting and other audio-visual content services including Internet TV services. Competition, deregulation, convergence and the transition to Internet and wireless-based telecommunications and media content services are also covered.
Undergraduate course in Law offered by the Faculty of Law.