3 J. Space L. [i] (1975)

handle is hein.journals/jrlsl3 and id is 1 raw text is: JOURNAL OF SPACE LAW
A journal devoted to the legal problems arising
out of man's activities in outer space

VOLUME 3                  SPRING & FALL 1975             NUMBERS 1 & 2
CONTENTS
Announcement ............................................ 1
ARTICLES
Eilene Galloway, Direct Broadcast Satellites and Space Law ............ 3
Arnold W. Frutkin, Direct/Community Broadcast Projects Using Space
Satellites  ..............................................  17
James J. Gehrig, Broadcast Satellites-Prospects and Problems .......... 25
Irwin M. Pikus, Legal Implications of Direct Broadcast Technology ...... 39
Dr. Christian Pa'termann, Applicable Law In Cases of Tort Damages Caused
by Direct Broadcast Satellites  ..............................  47
Dr. Stephen Gorove, Direct Television Broadcasting by Satellite: Some
'Alternatives in Case of An Impasse  .......................... 55
Dr. Manfred A. Dauses, Direct Television Broadcasting by Satellites and
Freedom  of Information ...................................  59
SPECIAL FEATURES
Current Documents ...........................................  73-105
Principles Governing the Use by States of Artificial Earth Satellites
for Direct Television Broadcasting (U. S. S. R.) ............ 73
Draft Principles Governing Direct Television Broadcasting by
Satellite  (Canada and Sweden) .........................  76
Draft Principles on Direct Broadcast Satellites (U. S. A.) .......... 80

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