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The First Amendment and the media, 2001

Author: Media Institute.
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : The Institute, ©2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Media Institute.
ISBN: 0937790656 9780937790656
OCLC Number: 48118776
Notes: "Free speech and free press at the millennium"--Cover.
Description: xviii, 278 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Third circuit enjoins enforcement of Child Online Protection Act / Robert Corn-Revere --
Commissions study ways to restrict objectionable material on Internet / Paul K. McMasters --
Federal courts strike down state 'harmful to minors' laws / Robert M. O'Neil --
Fourth circuit upholds state regulation of sexually explicit material / Robert M. O'Neil --
Mandatory Internet filtering gains momentum through federal, state laws / Judith F. King and Deborah Caldwell-Stone --
Administration, congress, courts take steps to protect encrypted speech / Kurt Wimmer --
Congress, state legislatures aim to restrict unsolicited commercial e-mail / Kurt Wimmer --
Explosion in Internet domain names gives rise to First Amendment issues / Robert Corn-Revere --
Controversy continues over 'Nuremburg files' web site / Robert Corn-Revere --
Ninth Circuit denies 'dirty pixels' rehearing: Fourth Circuit upholds law / Laurence H. Winer --
Courts grapple with tension between First Amendment, intellectual property / Kurt Wimmer --
Digital defamation at issue in New York, Washington State / Robert M. O'Neil --
Search engines, browsers liable for privacy violations, suits allege / Kurt Wimmer --
FTC regulations to protect kids online go beyond children's web sites / Kurt Wimmer --
First Amendment does not protect Internet publishers against fraud charges / Richard M. Schmidt, Jr. and Kevin Goldberg --
Internet forces courts to wrestle with private, off-campus student speech / Mike Hiestand and Mark Goodman --
Playboy prevails in four-year struggle to strike section 505 of Telecom Act / Robert Corn-Revere --
Broadband access debate continues with merger of AOL, Time Warner / Robert Corn-Revere --
Congress, FCC push measures directed at television violence / Virginia Stevens --
FCC acts to implement Satellite Home Viewer Improvement Act of 1999 / Laurence H. Winer --
FCC completes 1998 biennial review of ownership rules / Daniel E. Troy --
FCC approves, but Congress restricts, new low power FM service / Richard M. Schmidt, Jr. and Kevin Goldberg --
FCC mandates video descriptions for broadcast, cable programming / Robert Corn-Revere --
FCC creates firestorm with attempt to limit religious content / Daniel E. Troy --
FCC moves to implement public interest obligations of digital TV broadcasters / Laurence H. Winer --
Idaho legislature clamps down on public television / Robert Corn-Revere --
Court directs FCC to repeal personal attack, political editorializing rules / Daniel E. Troy --
Federal, state courts extend commercial speech protections / Daniel E. Troy --
Third Circuit upholds Pennsylvania ban on alcohol ads in student newspapers / David L. Hudson, Jr. --
CFTC eases rules on registration for print, online publishers / David L. Hudson, Jr. --
Tenth Circuit decision for speech rights prevails in customer information case / Daniel E. Troy --
Florida Bar violated lawyer's right to make truthful statement in ad / David L. Hudson, Jr. --
New York Transit Authority embroiled in subway ad dispute / Daniel E. Troy --
New York State ban on Internet wine advertising challenged / Daniel E. Troy --
Insurance companies can suggest repair shops to customers, court rules / David L. Hudson, Jr. --
Court rulings mixed as local restrictions on outdoor ads multiply / Daniel E. Troy --
Facial challenges more difficult for commercial use of public records / Daniel E. Troy --
First Circuit upholds Massachusetts tobacco advertising restrictions / Daniel E. Troy --
California beats First Amendment at protecting commercial speech / Daniel E. Troy --
State courts differ sharply on protection for book jackets / Judith Platt --
Supreme Court to determine if generic mushroom ads are compelled speech / David L. Hudson, Jr. --
Media cannot be held liable for violent actions, court rules / Robert S. Peck --
FTC issues violence marketing study while Congress, states target media / Robert S. Peck --
Court upholds dismissal of Oprah lawsuit without testing 'veggie libel' law / David L. Hudson, Jr. --
New York Court acknowledges media's right of access to criminal trials / Richard M. Schmidt, Jr. and Kevin Goldberg --
Supreme Court will not rule on public's right of access to civil trials / Lucy Dalglish --
White House causes furor over insertion of anti-drug messages in media / Robert Corn-Revere --
High Court agrees to review Constitutionality of Federal Wiretap Law / David L. Hudson, Jr. --
President thwarts attempt by Congress to limit governmental information access / Richard M. Schmidt, Jr. and Kevin Goldberg --
Fourth Circuit overturns conviction for opening sealed court documents / Rodney A. Smolla --
Journalist cannot invoke First Amendment in child pornography case / Richard M. Schmidt, Jr. and Kevin Goldberg --
Controversy over release of bookstore records goes to Colorado Supreme Court / Judith Platt --
Gag orders hinder newsgathering, pose First Amendment concerns / Lucy Dalglish --
NBC liable for 'Dateline' misrepresentation, First Circuit rules / Rodney A. Smolla.
Responsibility: the Media Institute ; [edited by Richard T. Kaplar].


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