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Numerous traditional communication law concepts are explained and illustrated using familiar examples drawn from contemporary digital media. Salient issues covered include freedom of expression, telecommunications and Internet law, jurisdiction and choice of law, intellectual property law, libel, privacy considerations, commercial speech, and information access. A wealth of additional resources are provided on an accompanying website which is continually updated with new case studies and court decisions.
Digital Media Law is an invaluable resource for the latest legal considerations affecting media in today’s increasingly globalized world.
1 Introduction to the Legal System 1
2 Freedom of Expression 20
3 Telecommunications Regulation 39
4 Internet Regulation 63
5 Conflict of Laws 82
6 Information Access and Protection 103
7 Intellectual Property: Copyright 127
8 Intellectual Property: Patents, Trademarks, and Trade Secrets 156
9 Defamation 179
10 Invasion of Privacy 202
11 Sex and Violence 230
12 Commercial Speech and Antitrust Law 252
Table of Cases 279