This Article examines the legal and technological development of DBS in both the domestic and international fora. Part II examines the development of DBS and information policy concerning DBS in the United States. The Article then in part III discusses the international positions of the developed nations, the developing countries, and the Soviet bloc on the DBS issues and reveals the results thus far in the policy debate among these nations and the United States. Part IV concludes the Article with a brief outline of the possibilities for international cooperation to solve the DBS controversy.
Paul B. Larsen, Ilise L. Feitshans, Loretta J. Garcia, Julie Kitser, Richard Heindle, Judith R. Larsen, Gerald Musarra, Kathleen A. McGill, Joan M. McGivern, Patrick Schmidt, and Barbara L. Waite,
DBS Under FCC and International Regulation,
37 Vanderbilt Law Review
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