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MediaLawLetter June 2019
Roundtable on the Espionage Act Prosecution of Julian Assange; Supreme Court Holds Public Access Channel Operator Not a State Actor; Colorado Adopts Anti-Slapp Statute; How Many Public Facts Does It Take to Create A Privacy Interest?; 10 Questions for the Guardian's Gill Phillips and more

MediaLawLetter May 2019
Lessons Learned in Anti-SLAPP Campaigns in Tennessee and Texas; The Fair Report Privilege and the Trumpt Dossier; Second Circuit Dismisses Libel Suit Against New York Post; New York Court Dismisses Libel By Implication Suit Over Wall Street Journal Article; Career Tips from Victor Kovner; Will Trump Prosecute the Mainstream Media; Ten Questions for Kelli Slade and more.

MLRC Bulletin: Legal Frontiers in Digital Media
Regulation of Online Platforms in the European Union – The State of Play; Tricky Topics in CCPA Compliance; Anonymous Speech and Civil Discovery – Toward a Unified Test?; Deepfakes and the Law: Claims, Defenses and Strategies; Overview of Potential Data Privacy Legislative Proposals

MLRC Bulletin: Reports on New Developments
Re-Decentralizing the Internet: Code, Cyphers, Bitcoin & Media Experiments in Blockchain; Forum Non Conveniens and Choice of Law in Internet Defamation: Haaretz.com v Goldhar (Supreme Court of Canada)

 
 
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