MCOM3320S'10Exam_2Review[1]

MCOM3320S'10Exam_2Review[1] - MCOM 3320.002 Spring, 2010...

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MCOM 3320.002 Spring, 2010 Exam #2 Review Familiarize yourselves with the concepts presented in class regarding each chapter in the Parkinson text that we covered since the first exam; I have included a topical list below. Also, refer back to the cases and Acts discussed in class and listed immediately below, and think about what they stand for and why they are particularly significant. Cases we discussed: Turner Broadcasting (Turner I and Turner II FCC v. Pacifica (George Carlin case) Greer v. Spock Branzburg v. Hayes Gannett v. DePasquale Richmond Newspapers Zemel v. Rusk Estes v. Texas Sheppard v. Maxwell Chandler v. Florida Acts we discussed: Radio Communications Act of 1912 Radio Act of 1927 Communications Act of 1934 Telecommunications Act of 1996 Copyright Act of 1976 Cable Communications Policy Act of 1984 Communications Decency Act of 1996 Child Online Protection Act of 1998 Government in the Sunshine Act of 1976 Freedom of Information Act of 1966 Electronic Freedom of Information Act of 1996 Privacy Act of 1974 Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act PATRIOT Act
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This note was uploaded on 08/07/2011 for the course MCOM 3320 taught by Professor Parksinson during the Fall '08 term at Texas Tech.

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