Credits: 3 credits
Students in this issues-based seminar course learn the legal and regulatory aspects of telecommunications, broadcasting and the Internet. It is intended as the post-millennial successor to telecommunications and media law courses that have been standard fare for decades. In addition, students learn the legal and regulatory aspects of statutorily determined quasi-monopoly business environments regulated by the CRTC, and subject to administrative law oversight. Students explore the digital age of emergent technologies that provide a significant degree of freedom and control to individual users.
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