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3 JOURNAL ON TELECOMMUNICATIONS & HIGH TECHNOLOGY LAW Volume BOARD OF EDITORS Managing Editor Editor in Chief Production Editor Rudy Verner James L. Wooll Zachary Carlyle Articles Editors Gwendolyn A. Beneveto Thom K. LeDoux Casenote & Comment Editors Nikita Limberopoulos Matthew E. Willis ASSOCIATE EDITORS Ashok Bokde Damon Davis Allan Parr April Seekamp Christian Caslin Marcie Flygare Michael Roseberry Amanda Tompkins Rebekah Warfield MEMBERS Karen Ditzler Andrew Morrison Shawn Stigler Jeffrey Town FACULTY ADVISOR Phillip J. Weiser, Associate Professor of Law Executive Director of the Silicon Flatirons Telecommunications Program
4 The University of Colorado School of Law FACULTY, BARBARA A. BINTLIFF, Nicholas Rosenbaum Professor of Law and Law Library Director. B.A., Central Washington State College; J.D., M.L.L., University of Washington. HAROLD H. BRUFF, Dean and Professor of Law. B.A. Williams College; J.D. Harvard University. CLIFFORD J. CALHOUN, Professor Emeritus A.B., LL.B., Harvard University. EMILY M. CALHOUN, Professor of Law. B.A., M.A., Texas Tech University; J.D., University of Texas. PAUL F. CAMPOS, Professor of Law. A.B., M.A., J.D., University of Michigan. HOMER H. CLARK, JR., Professor Emeritus. A.B., LL.D., Amherst College; LL.B., LL.M., Harvard University. RICHARD B. COLLINS, Professor of Law and Director of the Byron R. White Center for the Study of American Constitutional Law. B.A., Yale College; LL.B., Harvard University. JAMES N. CORBRIDGE, JR., Professor Emeritus. A.B., Brown University; LL.B., Yale University. RICHARD DELGADO, Jean N. Lindsley Professor of Law. A.B., University of Washington; J.D., University of California, Berkeley. ALLISON HARTWELL EID, Associate Professor of Law. A.B., Stanford University; J.D., University of Chicago Law School. TED J. FIFLIS, Professor of Law. B.S., Northwestern University; LL.B., Harvard University. REBECCA R. FRENCH, Associate Professor of Law. B.A., University of Michigan; J.D., University of Washington; L.L.M., Ph.D., Yale University. WAYNE M. GAZUR, Professor of Law. B.S., University of Wyoming; J.D., University of Colorado; LL.M., University of Denver. DAVID H. GETCHES, Raphael J. Moses Professor of Natural Resources Law. A.B., Occidental College; J.D., University of Southern California. LAKSHMAN GURUSWAMY, Professor of Law. LL.B., Sri Lanka, Ph.D., University of Durham, U.K. MELISSA HART, Associate Professor of Law. B.A., Harvard-Radcliffe College, J.D. Harvard Law School. DAVID S. HILL, Professor of Law. B.S., J.D., University of Nebraska. J. DENNIS HYNES, Nicholas Rosenbaum Professor Emeritus. B.A., LL.B., University of Colorado. HOWARD C. KLEMME, Professor Emeritus. B.A., LL.B., University of Colorado; LL.M., Yale University. SARAH A. KRAKOFF, Associate Professor of Law. B.A., Yale University; LL.B, University of California at Berkeley. MARK J. LOEWENSTEIN, Associate Dean for Research and Professor of Law. A.B., J.D., University of Illinois. HIROSHI MOTOMURA, Nicholas Doman Professor of International Law. B.A., Yale University; J.D., University of California, Berkeley. CHRISTOPHER B. MUELLER, Henry S. Lindsley Professor of Procedure and Advocacy. A.B., Haverford College; J.D., University of California, Berkeley. ROBERT F. NAGEL, Ira C. Rothgerber, Jr., Professor of Constitutional Law. B.A., Swarthmore College; J.D., Yale University. DALE OESTERLE, Monfort Professor of Commercial Law and Director of the Entrepreneurial Law Center. B.A., M.P.P., J.D., University of Michigan. SCOTT R. PEPPET, Associate Professor of Law. B.A., Cornell University; J.D. Harvard Law School.
5 COURTLAND H. PETERSON, Nicholas Doman Professor of International Law Emeritus. B.A., LL.B., University of Colorado; M. Comp. L., University of Chicago; Dr. Jur., University of Freiburg (Germany). WILLIAM T. PIZZI, Professor of Law. A.B., Holy Cross College; M.A., University of Massachusetts; J.D., Harvard University. CAROLYN B. RAMSEY, Associate Professor of Law. B.A., University of California, Irvine; A.M., Stanford University; J.D., Stanford Law School.. KEVIN R. REITZ, Professor of Law. B.A., Dartmouth College; J.D., University of Pennsylvania. WILLIAM E. RENTFRO, Professor Emeritus. B.A., University of Colorado; Th.M., LL.B., University of Denver. PIERRE J. SCHLAG, Byron White Professor of Law. B.A., Yale University; J.D., University of California, Los Angeles. AMY J. SCHMITZ, Associate Professor of Law. B.A., Drake University; J.D., University of Minnesota. DON W. SEARS, Professor Emeritus. B.S., J.D., Ohio State University. PETER N. SIMON, Associate Professor Emeritus. B.S., M.D., University of Wisconsin; J.D., University of California, Berkeley. NORTON L. STEUBEN, Nicholas Rosenbaum Professor of Law Emeritus. A.B., J.D., University of Michigan. ARTHUR H. TRAVERS, JR., Professor Emeritus. B.A., Grinnell College; LL.B., Harvard University. DANIEL A. VIGIL, Associate Dean for Student Affairs and Professional Programs. B.A., University of Colorado, Denver; J.D., University of Colorado. MICHAEL J. WAGGONER, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Associate Professor of Law. A.B., Stanford University; LL.B., Harvard University. PHILIP J. WEISER, Associate Professor of Law and Executive Director of the Silicon Flatirons Telecommunications Program.. B.A., Swarthmore College; J.D., New York University. MARIANNE WESSON, Professor of Law and Wolf-Nichol Fellow. A.B., Vassar College; J.D., University of Texas. AHMED A. WHITE, Associate Professor of Law. B.A., Southern University and A & M College; J.D., Yale University. CHARLES F. WILKINSON, University s Distinguished Professor and Moses Lasky Professor of Law. B.A., Denison University; LL.B., Stanford University. SIENHO YEE, Associate Professor of Law. Peking University, Brandeis University, Columbia Law School (J.D.) and University of Oxford. Research and Clinical Faculty NORMAN F. AARONSON, Clinical Professor, Legal Aid and Defender Program. A.B., Brandeis University; J.D., Boston University. ROBERT J. DIETER, Clinical Professor, Legal Aid and Defender Program. B.A., Yale University; J.D., University of Denver. H. PATRICK FURMAN, Clinical Professor, Legal Aid and Defender Program, and Director of Clinical Programs. B.A., J.D., University of Colorado. JULIET C. GILBERT, Clinical Professor, Legal Aid and Defender Program. B.A., Valparaiso University; J.D., University of Denver. JAMES B. MARTIN, Assistant Research Professor and Director of the Natural Resources Law Center. B.A. Knox College; J.D. Northwestern School of Law, Lewis and Clark College. JILL E. TOMPKINS, Instructor and Director of the Indian Law Clinic. B.A., The King s College,; J.D., University of Maine School of Law.
6 Law Library Faculty BARBARA A. BINTLIFF, Nicholas Rosenbaum Professor of Law and Law Library Director. B.A., Central Washington State College; J.D., M.L.L., University of Washington. GEORGIA K. BRISCOE, Associate Director and Head of Technical Services. B.S., Washington State University; M.A., University of San Diego; M.L.S., University of Michigan. JOANNE P. DUGAN, Head of Public Services. B.A., Bates College; MLIS, University of Washington; J.D., University of Maine. DONALD L. FORD, Reference Librarian. B.A., American University School of International Service, J.D., University of Virginia, M.L.I.S., University of Pittsburgh School of Information Sciences. DRUET CAMERON KLUGH, Reference Librarian. B.A., J.D., University of Iowa. ROBERT C. RICHARDS, JR., Technical Services Librarian. B.A., Yale; M.A., University of Iowa; M.S., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. KAREN SELDEN, Catalog Librarian. B.S., Pennsylvania State University; M.L.S., Simmons College. JANE E. THOMPSON, Head of Faculty Services. B.A., University of Missouri; M.A., J.D., University of Denver. Legal Writing and Appellate Advocacy Faculty JAMES B. LEVY, Legal Writing Professor. B.A., Colby College; J.D., Suffolk University. GABRIELLE M. STAFFORD, Legal Writing Professor. B.A., University of Pennsylvania; J.D., Boston University. TODD M. STAFFORD, Legal Writing Professor. B.A., Southern Methodist University; J.D., Duke University. Research Associates DOUGLAS S. KENNEY, Research Associate, Natural Resources Law Center. B.A. University of Colorado; M.S., University of Michigan s School of Natural Resources and Environment; Ph.D., Cornell University. KATHRYN M. MUTZ, Research Associate, Natural Resources Law Center. B.A. University of Chicago; M.S., Utah State University; J.D., University of Colorado. JEAN STEFANCIC, Senior Research Associate. B.A., Maryville College; M.L.S., Simmons College; M.A., University of San Francisco. Adjunct, Adjoint and Visiting Faculty GARRY R. APPEL, Attorney at Law, Appel & Lucas, P.C. B.A., J.D. University of Colorado. PATRICIA S. BANGERT, Associate, Powers Phillips, P.C., Denver. B.A., University of Maryland; J.D., George Washington University. HEIDI BOERSTLER, Professor, College of Business and Administration, University of Colorado at Denver. B.A., Northwestern University; B.S., John Hopkins University; M.P.H. and Dr. P.H., Yale University; U.D. University of Denver. JONATHAN B. BOONIN, Attorney at Law, Warren & Boonin LLP, Boulder. B.A., University of Colorado at Boulder; J.D., Yale Law School. THE HONORABLE WILEY Y. DANIEL, U.S. District Court, Denver. B.A., Howard University; J.D. Howard University School of Law. LINDA DONNELLY, Attorney at Law, Denver, Colorado. B.A., University of Colorado at Boulder; J.D. University of Denver.
7 ROGER FLYNN, Executive Director, Western Mining Action Project, Boulder. B.S., Lehigh University; J.D. University of Colorado. EDWARD J. GAC, Associate Professor of Taxation and Business Law, College of Business, University of Colorado, Boulder. Associate of Arts, Wright College; B.A., Western Illinois University; J.D., University of Illinois College of Law. CRAIG C. GARBY, Associate, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, LLP, Denver. B.A., University of Colorado; Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan, Graduate Research; M.P.A., Cornell University, J.D., Stanford Law School. ANDREW HARTMAN, Attorney at Law, Cooley Godward, LLP, Broomfield, Colorado. A.B., University of Michigan; J.D., Georgetown University Law Center. JASON D. HAISLMAIER, Associate, Holme Roberts & Owen LLP, Boulder. B.S. Northwestern University; J.D. Franklin Pierce Law Center. EVAN W. JONES, Senior Deputy District Attorney-Appellate Unit, Denver. B.A., University of Wisconsin-Madison; J.D., University of Minnesota. GLENN KELLER, Partner, Davis Grahm & Stubbs LLP, Denver. B.S., J.D., University of Colorado. THOMAS D. LUSTIG, Senior Staff Attorney, National Wildlife Federation, Boulder. A.B., Washington University; M.S., University of Michigan; J.D., University of Colorado; Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology. KEVIN D. MILLARD, Senior Partner, Millard & Hunter, P.C., Englewood, Colorado. B.A., Kenyon College; J.D., University of Minnesota. CHRISTOPHER D. OZEROFF, Partner, Hogan & Hartson LLP, Boulder. B.A., Stanford University, J.D., University of Chicago. LAUREN A. PARK, Assistant Attorney General, Colorado Department of Law, Criminal Enforcement Section, Appellate Unit. B.A., Hamilton College; J.D., University of Colorado. ROBERT M. PHILLIPS, Partner, Kingsberry, Johnson, Phillips, Foster & Love, Boulder. B.A., Emory University; J.D., University of Colorado. THE HONORABLE NANCY E. RICE, Justice, Colorado Supreme Court, Denver. B.A., Tufts University; J.D., University of Utah. THE HONORABLE EDWARD J. RICHARDSON, State of Florida Circuit Court Judge, Retired. A.S., Brevard Community College, B.S. University of Florida,; J.D., Florida State University College of Law. PETER ROGERS, Attorney at Law, Boulder. B.A., Colorado College; J.D., University of Colorado School of Law. PHIL J. SHUEY, Attorney at Law, Shuey Robinson, Legal Consultants, Englewood, Colorado. B.A. University of Colorado at Boulder; J.D. University of Denver. JULIA A. THOMAS, Assistant Attorney General, Colorado Department of Law, Criminal Enforcement Section, Appellate Unit. B.A., J.D., University of Colorado. ROBERT TRAGER, Professor, University of Colorado School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Boulder, Colorado. B.A., San Francisco State College; M.A. and Ph.D., University of Minnesota; J.D., Stanford Law School. WAYNE O. STACY, Associate, Cooley Goward, LLP, Broomfield, Colorado. B.S.C.E., Southern Methodist University, J.D., George Washington University. GARY W. WAGGONER, Reinsurance Consultant. B.S., Drake University; M.A. Northeastern University; J.D. University of Colorado; LL.M., University of Denver. LISA M. WAYNE, Attorney at Law, Denver, Colorado. B.A., University of Colorado; J.D., Pepperdine University.
9 From the Editors We began the adventure of creating the Journal on Telecommunications and High Technology Law just as the industries were, by many accounts, beginning their fatal crashes. There probably isn t a single student on this journal who hasn t been asked why he or she has put this much effort into constructing a periodical geared towards exploring legal questions presented by a dying industry. The answer is simple it isn t dying. When people want to communicate, they turn to wireless devices and e- mail more often than paper and pen. When they need to answer a question, they are more likely to consult the World Wide Web than their local research librarian. While we continue to move more and more toward a digital world, the legal questions go unanswered and the regulatory issues remain out of sync with the technology. These inquiries do not go away merely because accounting profits have. We are interested in them and we learn a great deal from exploring them. We are certain there are plenty of other minds out there anxious to tackle the challenge. In taking on this project, we have encountered great number of people we wish to thank for a wide variety of assistance and effort. First, the Silicon Flatirons Telecommunications Program sponsored us both intellectually and financially, and without that organization we would not exist. Both Phil Weiser and Adam Peters were mentors and assets as we tackled uncharted waters. Also, Dean Harold Bruff and the faculty and staff of the University of Colorado School of Law had enough faith in us to believe that we could and would make this happen, in spite of the diminutive number of staff. Chairman Raymond Gifford of the Colorado Public Utilities Commission deserves special thanks for mentoring our Board during periods when our advisor was working remotely. Both Westlaw and the Jane Chu Foundation were generous enough to donate the computer equipment we used to produce this issue. Viva Moffat of Mastbaum & Moffat, LLP was kind enough to assist us with copyright and author permission questions. Junichi Tsuneoka designed our logo, a creative task we law students were reluctant to tackle. Without these gifts, we would not have been able to produce the work you hold in your hands. Also, each and every one of these authors has been patient beyond our highest hopes. They were eager to submit papers to an as of then nonexistent publication, and were tremendously cooperative every step of the way. We are especially grateful for
10 the number of encouraging comments we received from our authors. We are extremely grateful that they had the audacity to join this undertaking and the tolerance for a group of students climbing our way up the learning curve. Obviously, without them there would be no Journal on Telecommunications and High Technology Law. Lastly, the Board and Staff of Volume I was daring enough to sign up for a journal without a track record. They were dedicated enough to follow through when it turned out to be more work than we expected. Similarly, the Board and Staff of Volume II was willing to continue the commitment and finish where the Bar exam forced Volume I to leave off. Some of these individuals names don t appear on the masthead of this volume either because they transferred into Volume II or stepped up early as 2L members and assisted. These folks, particularly Dave St. John-Larkin, Matt Kaiser, Craig Hein and Lori Hughes have been a saving grace for us. We re both honored and excited to be a part of this adventure. We truly hope you ll enjoy reading the result of everyone s efforts. James L. Wooll (Editor in Chief Volume I) Rudy Verner (Managing Editor Volume I) Rebekah Warfield (Editor in Chief Volume II) Zachary Carlyle (Managing Editor Volume II)
11 JOURNAL ON TELECOMMUNICATIONS & HIGH TECHNOLOGY LAW Volume CONTENTS THE REGULATION OF INFORMATION PLATFORMS A symposium co-sponsored by the Journal on Telecommunications and High Technology Law and the Silicon Flatirons Telecommunications Program OVERVIEW LAW AND INFORMATION PLATFORMS Philip J. Weiser... 1 TELECOMMUNICATIONS REGULATION A LAYERED MODEL FOR INTERNET POLICY Kevin Werbach REFINEMENTS OF A LAYERED MODEL FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS POLICY Douglas C. Sicker & Joshua L. Mindel REGULATING INFORMATION PLATFORMS: THE CHALLENGE OF REWRITING COMMUNICATIONS REGULATION FROM THE BOTTOM UP John T. Nakahata ANTITRUST REGULATING INFORMATION PLATFORMS: THE CONVERGENCE TO ANTITRUST Steven Semeraro MAINTAINING COMPETITION IN INFORMATION PLATFORMS: VERTICAL RESTRICTIONS IN EMERGING TELECOMMUNICATIONS MARKETS James B. Speta FIRST AMENDMENT BARGAINS IN THE INFORMATION MARKETPLACE: THE USE OF GOVERNMENT SUBSIDIES TO REGULATE NEW MEDIA Ellen P. Goodman
12 LIBERATING RED LION FROM THE GLASS MENAGERIE OF FREE SPEECH JURISPRUDENCE Jim Chen INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY CULTIVATING OPEN INFORMATION PLATFORMS: A LAND TRUST MODEL Molly Shaffer Van Houweling INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS AND ANTITRUST POLICY: FOUR PRINCIPLES FOR A COMPLEX WORLD Michael L. Katz SILICON FLATIRONS STUDENT WRITING CONTEST 2001 DEEP LINKING: POLICY AND RULE CONSIDERATIONS FOR SAFEGUARDING OPEN INTERNET NAVIGATION Robert M. Scott
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