There has been a lot of talk about using micro satellites (CubeSats) for Outernet. But, tiny satellites have very limited power output, requiring much larger antennas, especially as bandwidth increases.
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of a satellite link budget analysis. The link budget will determine what
size antennae to use, SSPA or TWTA PA power requirements, link availability
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Also, telecom satellites require licenses. So, the idea that you can launch a satellite and broadcast whatever you want is rather detached from reality.
In general, commercial satellite operators will broadcast any content that is sent to them, without review. Again, in very general terms, most satellite data networks are considered private and not held to the same standards as terrestrial broadcast TV or radio.