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Commercial Distribution of News Content on the Internet by Media Monitoring Service Not a Fair Use

Commercial Distribution of News Content on the Internet by Media Monitoring Service Not a Fair Use

DWT Media Law April 17, 2013 Comments Off on Commercial Distribution of News Content on the Internet by Media Monitoring Service Not a Fair Use

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FTC Announces COPPA Rule Changes to Catch Up With Social Networks, Smartphones, and Other Developments

FTC Announces COPPA Rule Changes to Catch Up With Social Networks, Smartphones, and Other Developments

DWT Media Law April 16, 2013 Comments Off on FTC Announces COPPA Rule Changes to Catch Up With Social Networks, Smartphones, and Other Developments

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Media Companies Successfully Fight for Access to Information About Church Officials’ Role in Priest Sex Scandal

Media Companies Successfully Fight for Access to Information About Church Officials’ Role in Priest Sex Scandal

DWT Media Law April 12, 2013 Comments Off on Media Companies Successfully Fight for Access to Information About Church Officials’ Role in Priest Sex Scandal

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Holy Copyrightability Batman! The Batmobile Is A Superhero…

Holy Copyrightability Batman! The Batmobile Is A Superhero…

DWT Media Law April 9, 2013 Comments Off on Holy Copyrightability Batman! The Batmobile Is A Superhero…

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Are False Allegations of Homosexuality Still Libel, per se?

Are False Allegations of Homosexuality Still Libel, per se?

DWT Media Law April 4, 2013 Comments Off on Are False Allegations of Homosexuality Still Libel, per se?

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New Washington Supreme Court Opinion Makes Pre-Decisional Case Records Easier to Seal

New Washington Supreme Court Opinion Makes Pre-Decisional Case Records Easier to Seal

DWT Media Law March 15, 2013 Comments Off on New Washington Supreme Court Opinion Makes Pre-Decisional Case Records Easier to Seal

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President Obama Signs Video Privacy Protection Act Amendment

President Obama Signs Video Privacy Protection Act Amendment

DWT Media Law February 26, 2013 Comments Off on President Obama Signs Video Privacy Protection Act Amendment

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UK Court of Appeal Holds That, Upon Notice, Google May Be Liable For Defamatory User-Generated Content on Blogging Platform Operated by Google

UK Court of Appeal Holds That, Upon Notice, Google May Be Liable For Defamatory User-Generated Content on Blogging Platform Operated by Google

DWT Media Law February 19, 2013 Comments Off on UK Court of Appeal Holds That, Upon Notice, Google May Be Liable For Defamatory User-Generated Content on Blogging Platform Operated by Google

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Manhattan Judge Dismisses Libel Claim Brought by Brooklyn Judge

Manhattan Judge Dismisses Libel Claim Brought by Brooklyn Judge

DWT Media Law January 31, 2013 Comments Off on Manhattan Judge Dismisses Libel Claim Brought by Brooklyn Judge

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A Court Appointed Conservator is a “Public Official” and Must Prove Actual Malice

A Court Appointed Conservator is a “Public Official” and Must Prove Actual Malice

DWT Media Law January 7, 2013 Comments Off on A Court Appointed Conservator is a “Public Official” and Must Prove Actual Malice

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