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4 Comm. L. & Pol'y [i] (1999)

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COMMUNICATION


LAW


AND


POLICY


Volume 4             Winter 1999             Number 1


ARTICLES


THE JOURNALIST AS
FREE SPEECH
     Louis Day


CITIZEN ACTIVIST: THE ETHICAL LIMITS OF


VIDEO DIALTONE RECONSIDERED: PROSPECTS FOR COMPETITION
IN THE WAKE OF THE TELECOMMUNICATIONS ACT OF 1996
     David J. Atkin
INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE COLLEGIATION OF
JOURNALISTS: THE CASE OF COSTA RICA
     Michael Perkins

LESSONS LEARNED: A LAWSUIT'S IMPACT ON JOURNALISTIC BEHAVIOR
     Paul S. Voakes

BLURRED VISION: How SUPREME COURT FOIA OPINIONS ON INVASION
OF PRIVACY HAVE MISSED THE TARGET OF LEGISLATIVE INTENT
     Martin E. Halstuk

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