Wed.Jun 24, 2020

Tomorrow: A Live Conversation About Blogging with MyShingle’s Carolyn Elefant

Media Law

Join me tomorrow as I kick off a new series on behalf of LexBlog , This Week in Legal Blogging , starting with a conversation with one of the leading bloggers in the legal profession, Carolyn Elefant, founder of

Fagan on Optimal Social Media Content Moderation and Platform Immunities

Media Law Prof Blog

Frank Fagan, EDHEC Business School, is publishing Optimal Social Media Content Moderation and Platform Immunities in the European Journal of Law and Economics. Here is the abstract. This Article presents a model of the lawmakers' choice between implementing a new

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Latest SixFifty Product Helps Churches Assess Readiness To Resume Services

Media Law

Last month, I wrote about the launch by SixFifty , the technology subsidiary of the law firm Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati , of the Return-to-Work Toolset , a tool to help U.S. businesses safely transition their employees back to work as COVID-19 stay-at-home orders expire.

Judge Dismisses Nunes Attempt To Sue Twitter Over Bovine Account

Media Law Prof Blog

A judge has dismissed Representative Devin Nunes's lawsuit against Twitter over the content of the Twitter account @DevinCow because Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act doesn't allow courts to treat social media platforms as publishers of the content of

MLC Black Box Invasion: Transparency for the “Interim Application of Accrued Royalties”

Music Technology Policy

[Editor Charlie sez: This post is a version of Chris Castle’s comment in the current Copyright Office rulemaking on the transparency of the MLC and originally appeared on The Trichordist.]. By Chris Castle. Just when you think you understand Title I of the Music Modernization Act, another toad runs out from under a rock.

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The Importance of Fact Checking

Media Law Prof Blog

On a recent episode of the Pen Pod: a discussion with SNOPES journalist Alex Kasprak about the importance of fact-checking


U.K. Tech Company Apperio Begins Major Drive Into U.S. Market For Its Spend-Management Platform

Media Law

The U.K. legal technology company Apperio , whose platform provides corporate legal departments with greater transparency into their legal spend through automated tracking, management and analysis, says it is “vigorously” expanding its sales operation into the United States.

“Literally” Libel… Proof

Gordon P. Firemark

The Latest episode of my Entertainment Law podcast, Entertainment Law Update, is now available for your enjoyment. Listen here, or subscribe and download in your favorite podcast listening app. Show notes are located at

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