Wed.Jan 08, 2020

Jason Tashea, Former ABA Journal Tech Writer, Joins A2J Tech Startup

Media Law

Jason Tashea , the lawyer and former technology reporter for the ABA Journal , has joined an early-stage technology startup devoted to empowering pro se litigants in small claims cases.

Mueller on Challenging the Social Media Moral Panic: Preserving Free Expression Under Hypertransparency @miltonmueller

Media Law Prof Blog

Milton Mueller, Georgia Institute of Technology, is publishing Challenging the Social Media Moral Panic: Preserving Free Expression Under Hypertransparency in Cato Institute Policy Analysis (no. 876) (2019). Here is the abstract. Cato Institute Policy Analysis, No. 876, 2019 Social media

With Backing from U.S. Venture Firm, UK-based Juro Looks to U.S. Market

Media Law

As was reported here yesterday , the London-based contract-management company Juro announced a $5 million Series A investment round led by the U.S. investment banking firm Union Square Ventures. What does the investment mean for the company’s expansion in the U.S. market?

Skorup and Huddleston on The Erosion of Publisher Liability in American Law, Section 230, and the Future of Online Curation @bskorup @jrhuddles @Mercatus

Media Law Prof Blog

Brent Skorup, George Mason University Mercatus Center, and Jennifer Huddleston, Mercatus Center, are publishing The Erosion of Publisher Liability in American Law, Section 230, and the Future of Online Curation in the Oklahoma Law Review. Here is the abstract.

White House Releases Proposed Guidance for the Regulation of AI

New Media and Technology Law

On January 7, 2019, the federal Office of Management and Budget (OMB) released a draft of a memorandum setting forth guidance to assist federal agencies in developing regulatory and non-regulatory approaches regarding artificial intelligence (AI). This draft guidance will be available for public comment for sixty days, after which it will be finalized and issued to federal agencies.

Moon on Whether Freedom of Expression Has a Future @richard_moon

Media Law Prof Blog

Richard Moon, University of Windsor Faculty of Law, has published Does Freedom of Expression Have a Future? Here is the abstract. A commitment to free speech means protecting speech for reasons that are independent of the truth or merit of

NPR Accepting Applications For New Transparency in Government Legal Fellow Position @NPR

Media Law Prof Blog

NPR is accepting applications for its new Transparency in Government Legal Fellow. Under the guidance of NPR staff lawyers, the fellow will work with journalists at NPR to obtain access to public records that shed light on the operations of