Date of Award
Master of Business Administration
College of Business and Public Administration
The purpose of this paper is to identify gaps in regulatory policies resulting from the emergence of Internet radio. To accomplish this purpose, the paper seeks to: 1) provide insights into agencies that may have direct involvement in potentially regulating Internet radio; 2) explore the concepts of jurisdiction in cyberspace; and 3) address the regulatory challenges that exist when traditional country borders no longer apply.
Sundstrom, Linda-Marie, "Internet radio: Identifying administrative and regulatory gaps in a cyberspace world without borders" (2002). Theses Digitization Project. 2137.