5 edition of The law and regulation of international space communication found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||Rita Lauria White and Harold M. White, Jr.|
|Series||The Artech House telecommunications library|
|Contributions||White, Harold M., 1949-|
|LC Classifications||K4307 .L38 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxviii, 309 p. :|
|Number of Pages||309|
|LC Control Number||87030744|
Space law, the body of regulations in international law that governs conduct in and related to areas of space above Earth’s lower atmosphere. The evolution of space law began with U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s introduction of the concept into the United Nations in , in connection with. The above analysis shows that space activities, connected with an increased risk and a potential danger to human life and health, property, the environment of Earth and space, require a comprehensive international regulation in order to ensure stability, predictability, transparency and efficiency of all operations in outer space - that is the.
See also David Post and David R. Johnson, Borders, Spillovers, and Complexity: Rule-making Processes in Cyberspace (and Elsewhere), draft presented at the Olin Law & Economics Symposium on "International Economic Regulation" at Georgetown University Law Center (Apr 5, ) (copy on file with U Chi L Rev); David Post and David R. Johnson, The. General Overviews. General approaches on the issue of international regulation of the Internet have evolved over time. Initially, the libertarian point of view, as represented in Johnson and Post , prevailed in the s, although it was soon counterbalanced by other international legal scholars in works such as Goldsmith , which asserts that international regulation of the .
International space law is a body of law which concerns activities in space, usually defined for legal purposes as the lowest point from which objects can orbit the Earth and beyond. This area of the law has its origins in the s, when many nations began discussing the possibility of space exploration and the need to regulate the use of space. The logical ﬁrst step towards linking cyberspace and international law has been to ask what restrictions international law imposes on domestic law efforts to regulate the Internet. This is the approach adopted by Patrick G. Mayer in Das Internet im öffentlichen Recht (The Internet and Public Law),3 the book version of a doctoral dissertation.
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Law and regulation of international space communication. Boston: Artech, © (OCoLC) Online version: Lauria White, Rita. Law and regulation of international space communication. Boston: Artech, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors.
Since international space law is developing parallel with space technol- ogy, the treatise reflects this close relationship of natural and social sciences. Indeed, in some cases lawmaking is even somewhat ahead of scientific andFile Size: 2MB.
"The book is the fruit of forty years of logical is a history of a lifetime devoted to covering--and creating--a new branch of international law."--Journal of Space Law "A most welcome single-volume compilation of 26 articles spanning 40 years during which the author, a leading authority in the field, has traced the development Cited by: 1.
Pre-Sputnik space law concepts 2. Post-Sputnik development of space law 3. Space law off the earth 4. Conclusions and observations The year long history of space law is broadly internationally based.
First mention-ed in a journal article in Paris, inspace law was an amorphous idea without shape or substance for more than two decades.
The Law and Regulation of International Space Communication discusses each International Telecommunication Union (ITU) space conference and the corresponding technical regulations and principles of law established and evolved at each.
The book examines the evolution and structure of the international telecommunication law-making process. In the University of Nebraska College of Law broke new ground as the only doctoral-level space law program in the United States, offering a J.S.
in Space Law. Research-focused and dissertation-based, the J.S.D. program requires students to write a book-length thesis about an aspect of space law. This book provides a brief history of internet regulation beginning in the s, with a particular focus on freedom of speech, net neutrality, and efforts of intellectual property owners to compel Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to monitor for violations.
Real law @ virtual space: communication regulation in cyberspace 4th Floor. KC6. Space Law Space law can be described as the body of law governing space-related activities.
Space law, much like general international law, comprises a variety of international agreements, treaties, conventions, and United Nations General Assembly resolutions as well as rules and regulations of international organizations. International Regulation of Satellite Communication, Volume 6 Volume 7 of Developments in Gastroenterology International Regulation of Satellite Communication, Dr.
Milton L. Smith Volume 7 of Utrecht studies in air and space law, ISSN Author: Milton L. Smith: Publisher: Kluwer Law International, Original from: the University of. Ram S. Jakhu is Director of, and a tenured Associate Professor at, the Institute of Air and Space Law at McGill University, in Montreal, Canada, where he teaches and conducts research in International Space Law, Law of Space Applications, National Regulation of Space Activities, and Public International Law.
He has served as Director of the McGill Centre for the Study of. This book consists of a collection of studies in international space law by a leading authority in international law, air law, and space law. Those that have been previously published are thoroughly revised and updated.
Publication coincides with the thirtieth anniversary of the first ever multilateral treaty on outer space, which established an agreed international legal. Space Safety Regulations and Standards is the definitive book on regulatory initiatives involving space safety, new space safety standards, and safety related to new space technologies under development.
More than 30 world experts come together in this book to share their detailed knowledge of regulatory and standard making processes in the. This book's twenty-six articles fully examine the major developments and issues of the law governing human activities in space, those of states as well as those of private entities.
Studies in International Space Law - Bin Cheng - Oxford University Press. Without flexibility and responsiveness, traditional law and regulation cannot adequately address the transnational, intangible, and ever changing Internet space.
Attempts at Internet regulation generally have moved away from direct legal control and toward more flexible variations of what can be termed self-regulation. This ground-breaking book. Since the Internet is a global multi-communication space on which information and communication technologies converge, its regulation is multilayered.
The basic unit of Internet regulation is code. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
Prof. Von der Dunk was awarded the Distinguished Service Award of the International Institute of Space Law (IISL) of the International Astronautical Federation (IAF) in Vancouver, in Octoberthe Social Science Award of the International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) in Valencia, in Octoberand the Social Science Book Award, International Academy of.
One of the biggest challenges for the regulation of information and communications technology is that the global information space does not respect national boundaries. In order to be successful, any regulatory approach will call for. A standard (or regulation) is a regulatory requirement established and published by the agency to serve as criteria for measuring whether employers are in compliance with the OSH Act laws.
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