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Hollywood's Next Big Piracy Fight: Digital Merchandising

THR, Esq. Entertainment & Media Law Blog

Eriq Gardner An exciting new technology may be on Hollywood's doorstep. But will lawyers get in the way? read more. THR, Esq. The Business Movies Tech Business

Geert Wilders Acquittal Is Causing Debate, Questions

Media Law Prof Blog

The acquittal of Dutch MP Geert Wilders on all charges of inciting racial hatred because of his remarks concerning Islam has raised questions about whether long term social damage has been done. More here in a Time magazine article. Reaction

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How Hollywood Is Choking Off Access to Rogue Websites in Its Fight Against Piracy

THR, Esq. Entertainment & Media Law Blog

Eriq Gardner From the PROTECT IP Act to a new legal action in the UK, Hollywood wants to do something about piracy facilitators. read more. THR, Esq. The Business Movies Tech Business

Cyberbullying

Media Law Prof Blog

Anthony Stephen Montagna, Berkeley College & Universum University College, has published When Words Harm: Cyber Bullying: What Should the Legal Consequences Be for Abusive Speech? Is it Protected? Should it Be a Crime or Sanctioned Under Civil Liability Law?

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College Station Fined $10,000 for Public File Violation

Broadcast Law Blog

As an FCC Forfeiture Order issued today proves, even noncommercial educational college radio stations need to comply with FCC rules to avoid big fines. The Commission confirmed a $10,000 forfeiture against Colby-Sawyer College in New Hampshire originally proposed in 2007.

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