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Tollbooths And Newsstands On The Information Superhighway, Brad A. Greenberg Dec 2013

Tollbooths And Newsstands On The Information Superhighway, Brad A. Greenberg

Michigan Telecommunications & Technology Law Review

Countering the perception that speech limitations affecting distribution necessarily reduce access to information, this Essay proffers that copyright expansions actually can increase access and thereby serve important copyright and First Amendment values. In doing so, this discussion contributes to the growing literature and two recent Supreme Court opinions discussing whether copyright law and First Amendment interests can coexist.


Constitutional Law—First Amendment—Social Media Rams The Tinker Schoolhouse Gate: A New Approach For Online Student Speech, S. Kate Fletcher Jul 2013

Constitutional Law—First Amendment—Social Media Rams The Tinker Schoolhouse Gate: A New Approach For Online Student Speech, S. Kate Fletcher

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review

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Unauthorized Televised Debate Footage In Political Campaign Advertising: Fair Use And The Dmca, Susan Park Apr 2013

Unauthorized Televised Debate Footage In Political Campaign Advertising: Fair Use And The Dmca, Susan Park

Management Faculty Publications and Presentations

No abstract provided.