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Why Artists Should Care About @AGSNYT: How The Times Thinks About Privacy

Music Technology Policy

The New York Times has started “The Privacy Project” and kicks off the story correctly with an introspective opinion piece from the boss, A.G. Sulzberger. We should do the same.

Wilson on Brandenburg in an Era of Populism @richardawilson7

Media Law Prof Blog

Richard Ashby Wilson, University of Connecticut School of Law, is publishing Brandenburg in An Era of Populism: Risk Analysis in the First Amendment in the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Law & Public Affairs (2019). Here is the abstract.

The Perfect Podcast for Mueller-Report Release Day: ‘Talking Feds’

Media Law

With the report due out today of the investigation by special counsel Robert S. Mueller III into Russian election interference, there is one podcast I will be watching for its next episode to come out.

We Must Impeach Trump!

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FCC Releases Notices on Radio License Renewal Process – New Form, New Database and More Scrutiny of the Public File

Broadcast Law Blog

The FCC yesterday released two public notices about the procedures to be used in the upcoming radio license renewal cycle. These actions were previewed by the FCC at the NAB Convention last week (see our article here ).

Travis on The "Monster" That Ate Social Networking? @fiulaw

Media Law Prof Blog

Hannibal Travis, Florida International University College of Law, has published The ‘Monster’ That Ate Social Networking? in Cyberspace Law: Censorship and Regulation of the Internet (Travis ed., Routledge 2013). Here is the abstract. This chapter analyzes the privacy, intellectual property

LawNext Episode 35: Felicity Conrad, Cofounder and CEO of Paladin

Media Law

Felicity Conrad is on a mission to help expand pro bono legal services. The legal technology company she cofounded, Paladin , helps corporations, law firms, law schools and legal service organizations streamline their pro bono programs, with the greater goal of helping them serve more clients in need and help close the gap in access to justice.

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Trump did conspire with Russians. Mueller expects Congress to impeach Trump. Attorney General Barr lied in his letter.

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What the Mueller report says about that 'compromising tape'

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Trump on Mueller's appointment: I'm F ed

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James Clapper: Mueller report is devastating

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#ImpeachTrump Nancy Pelosi get behind Impeachment proceedings or step aside so we can get a real leader in the House of Representatives who is willing to do their Constitution mandated job.

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Mueller report examines '10 episodes' of potential obstruction by Trump | US news | The Guardian

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Mueller report examines '10 episodes' of potential obstruction by Trump | US news | The Guardian

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Ramy Youssef: I Wish Muslims Prayed On Sundays

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Slams New York Post Cover Attacking Rep. Ilhan.

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Booker says Ilhan Omar "does not deserve these. hate-filled attacks"

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Democrats Are Failing To Defend Ilhan Omar!

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Donald Trump Isn’t Playing Games With Ilhan Omar—He’s Inciting Violence

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

"The most fair reading of President Donald Trump’s persistent attacks on Congresswoman Ilhan Omar is that the President has entered the Henry II phase of his tyranny.

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Anderson Cooper: If Trump's not worried, why is he tweeting?

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The Dangerous Bullying of Ilhan Omar | The New Yorker

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

"You know how bullying works. The victim is marked long before the bullying begins: it’s the kid no one really likes, the weirdo who is barely tolerated by the larger group. The defenseless, isolated kid. And when the bullying starts to happen, the rest of the children look the other way.

In Attacking Ilhan Omar, Trump Revives His Familiar Refrain Against Muslims - The New York Times

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Opinion | Demonizing Minority Women - The New York Times

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

"By Charles M. Blow April 14th, 2019 Representative Ilhan Omar is the latest target in a trend of conservatives attacking women of color. Representative Ilhan Omar. White supremacy has routinely painted minority women as pathological and reprobate.

Friday Roundup: Experiential Learning, Legal Outcomes, Legal Ethics, and More

Media Law

A roundup of the week’s news from the worlds of legal technology and innovation: Albany Law program will prepare students for high-tech careers.

Rep. Ilhan Omar Says Death Threats Have Increased Since Trump's Attack | HuffPost

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Ilhan Omar Says Death Threats Have Increased Since Trump's Attack | HuffPost

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Full Extended Interview With Rep. Ilhan Omar

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Ilhan Omar Is Right The Lies Must Stop!

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Trump Assails Ilhan Omar With Video of Sept. 11 Attacks - The New York Times

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

"President Trump on Friday targeted Representative Ilhan Omar for remarks she made during a speech on civil rights and Muslims in America with a graphic video featuring the burning World Trade Center towers and other images from Sept. 11, 2001, that he tweeted to millions of his followers.

They LIED To You About AFRICA

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Special counsel's report says investigators struggled with whether Trump committed crime of obstruction - The Washington Post

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"By Devlin Barrett, www.washingtonpost.comView OriginalApril 18th, 2019 The report from special counsel Robert S. Mueller III lays out in alarming detail abundant evidence against President Trump, finding 10 “episodes” of potential obstruction of justice but ultimately concluding it was not Mueller’s role to determine whether the commander in chief broke the law.

I Have 10 Free Tickets to Global Legal Hackathon Gala May 4 in NYC

Media Law

Thanks to the generosity of Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory , I have 10 free admission tickets to give away for the final round gala of the Global Legal Hackathon. If purchased, a ticket would cost $75. The semi-formal gala is Saturday, May 4, at White & Case in midtown New York City, with a demo hall and cocktail hour beginning at 5 p.m. and the program starting at 5:30 p.m.

Mueller Report Is Released: Live Updates - The New York Times

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"The Justice Department has released a redacted version of the report by the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, who investigated Russian election interference, any ties to the Trump campaign and possible presidential obstruction. By Peter Baker Updated 6 minutes ago Right Now The report has been released publicly. Our reporters are reading it and will post major findings and analysis soon.

Mueller report shows President Trump tried to remove Special Counsel

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Mueller report shows President Trump tried to remove Special Counsel

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Trump: No regrets about Rep. Ilhan Omar death threats. This is outrageous and the lack of support for representative Omar shows how bigoted America remains. It is sickening.

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Trump: No regrets about Rep. Ilhan Omar death threats

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Bloomberg Law Says It Has ‘Significantly’ Expanded its Litigation Analytics

Media Law

Bloomberg Law says it has today rolled out a significant expansion of its Litigation Analytics suite, now providing analytics on over 100,000 attorneys from over 775 law firms, in addition to analytics on over 7,000 law firms, 70,000 public companies, 3.5 million private companies, and all federal judges.

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