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MediaLawLetter September 2019
Doctor Who Claims Character in Judge's Novel Defamed Him Loses on Appeal; Fifth Circuit Affirms Dismissal of Wide-Ranging Defamation and Conspiracy Claims; Ninth Circuit Scrapes Bottom in CFAA Analysis; London Conference Recap; 10 Questions for Tom Burke and more

MLRC Bulletin: International Media Law Developments
Why Are the British Not More British? Reflections on the London Conference since 1998; Re-Examining Defamation Law in a Digital Age: The Landscape of Law Reform in Ontario; Media Law Developments: Australia in 2019; Reflections in a Rear-View Mirror – The Regulation of Social Media; Thinking of the Children – The Regulatory War Over Unquantifiable ‘Harms’ Continues to Rage in the Digital Age; Network Enforcement Act; Roundtable: The Prosecution of Julian Assange

MediaLawLetter August 2019
Court Finds Network’s Uses of Yearbook Photos of Meghan Markle Not ‘Fair Use’; Second Circuit Vacates Dismissal of Sarah Palin’s Lawsuit Against The New York Times; Gizmodo Wins Summary Judgment in Ex-Trump Staffer’s Libel Suit; 10 Questions for Mark Sableman and more

MLRC Digital Review
The FTC settles with Facebook and Equifax | WIPO launches a secret database of infringing websites | Significant Section 230 decisions from the Second and Third Circuits | Manipulated images in false advertising cases | The Second Circuit weighs in on Twitter, Trump, and conceptual public forums | The CJEU rules on “Like” buttons under GDPR

 
 
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