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Practically Pocket-Sized Internet Law Treatise

Concise articles on a wide-range of Internet law questions that come up in day-to-day media law practice.

* = Article new or updated January 2018

DEFAMATION AND CONTENT-BASED LIABILITIES

The Broad Reach of CDA § 230 and its Limits*

User Generated Content: Snapshot of Legal Issues*

TRADITIONAL RULES IN AN ONLINE WORLD

Online Retractions and Corrections*

The Single Publication Rule on the Internet*

When Do the Plaintiff’s Interests Outweigh the Internet Speaker’s Right to Remain Anonymous?

Who Qualifies as a Journalist Today for Legal Protections?*

Enforceability of Electronic Contracts*

PRIVACY AND ACCESS

Data Privacy

The Right to Be Forgotten*

Mobile Data Collection

Recent Developments with the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act*

Access to Electronic or Digitized Records Held in Non-Governmental Containers*

Government Access to Text Messages and The Fourth Amendment

An ESI “Top Ten”: What Every Media Lawyer Should Know About  E-Discovery and Electronically Stored Information

Portable Electronic Devices in The Courtroom*

Potential Exposure for Accessing and Using Digital Records*

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

A Brief Description of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act

Extent of ISPs’ Duties to Prevent Infringement (DMCA § 512(I))*

Deep Linking Around the World

Link Liability - An EU/US Comparison and Guide*

News Aggregation Websites: How Much Is Too Much?

Exploiting the Innocent But Extremely Useful Trade – “Hot News”  Review and Update

Evolution of “DMTA” Law*

MISCELLANEOUS

Net Neutrality: What is All the Fuss About?*

 
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