Law of Internet Speech

Overview

Combining commentary on jurisprudence on traditional media First Amendment case with discussion of emerging jurisprudence on Internet Media, Schachter (an associate general counsel for Time Warner Trade Publishing and a professor of law at Fordham U.) puts forward frameworks for application of First Amendment analyses to digital media. Caselaw related to regulatory intervention by government is examined. Also explored are the reputational, privacy, and proprietary interests of electronic media companies. ...
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Overview

Combining commentary on jurisprudence on traditional media First Amendment case with discussion of emerging jurisprudence on Internet Media, Schachter (an associate general counsel for Time Warner Trade Publishing and a professor of law at Fordham U.) puts forward frameworks for application of First Amendment analyses to digital media. Caselaw related to regulatory intervention by government is examined. Also explored are the reputational, privacy, and proprietary interests of electronic media companies. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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Combining commentary on jurisprudence on traditional media First Amendment case with discussion of emerging jurisprudence on Internet Media, Schachter (an associate general counsel for Time Warner Trade Publishing and a professor of law at Fordham U.) puts forward frameworks for application of First Amendment analyses to digital media. Caselaw related to regulatory intervention by government is examined. Also explored are the reputational, privacy, and proprietary interests of electronic media companies. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780890898017
  • Publisher: Carolina Academic Press
  • Publication date: 1/28/2004
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 776

Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments
Ch. I Fundamental Principles of Free Speech and the Nature of the Internet 3
Values Served by the First Amendment 3
The Nature of the Internet 5
Is There a Dichotomy Between Freedom of Speech and Freedom of the Press? 19
Analytical Frameworks for Internet Speech 71
Jurisdiction as an Illustration 85
Ch. II Regulation of Internet Content 99
First Amendment Analytical Frameworks 99
Hate Speech and Speech that Promotes Harm 106
Speech Relating to Matters of National Security 130
Obscenity and Indecency 158
Ch. III Defamation 193
Definition and Elements 193
Publication 195
Of and Concerning the Plaintiff 233
Defamatory Import 241
Falsity 251
The Requisite Degree of Fault 259
Retractions and Clarifications 285
Ch. IV Privacy Interests 293
Fundamental Principles of Privacy 293
Common Law Privacy Claims 294
Data Mining and Data Protection Directives, Policies, and Legislation 319
Technological Privacy Protections 372
Ch. V Proprietary Interests in Content 389
Copyright 389
Trademark 441
Issues Relating to Domain Names 451
Special Applications to Emerging Technologies 481
Glossary 517
Table of Cases 527
Index 538
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