63 Fed. Comm. L.J. [i] (2010-2011)

handle is hein.journals/fedcom63 and id is 1 raw text is: FEDERAL
COMMUNICATIONS
LAW JOURNAL
Formerly
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS BAR JOURNAL
VOLUME 63               DECEMBER 2010                 NUMBER 1
Essays from Time Warner Cable's Research Program on Digital
Communications
Introduction to Essays on the Future of Digital Communications
By Fernando R. Laguarda      .........................................1
The Challenge of Developing Effective Public Policy on the Use of
Social Media by Youth
By John Palfrey ................................5
The Challenge of Increasing Civic Engagement in the Digital Age
By Nicol Turner-Lee, Ph.D    ...............   ....................19
The Future of Digital Communications Research and Policy
By Scott Walisten..............................33
The Challenge of Increasing Broadband Capacity
By Dale N. Hatfield.........  ...........................43
The Changing Patterns of Internet Usage
By Christopher S. Yoo  ...................        ...... .........67
Articles
Revisiting the Regulatory Status of Broadband Internet Access: A
Policy Framework for Net Neutrality and an Open Competitive
Internet
By Lee L. Selwyn and Helen E. Golding   ...............    ......91
A decade of broadband access deregulation has landed the FCC at a legal dead-
end. After the D.C. Circuit's Comcast decision, the FCC finds itself unable to
enforce its net neutrality goals. To reassert its jurisdiction over net
neutrality, the FCC proposes to reclassify broadband Internet access as a Title
II telecommunications service while continuing to forbear from most other
facets of common carrier regulation. The FCC's current dilemma results from

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