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Bulletin Winter/Spring 2017: Volume 22, Number 2

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Media Face Several Challenges During President Trump’s First Months In Office

Ethical Questions Debated after Buzzfeed Publishes Dossier Containing Controversial Unverified Claims about President Trump

President Obama Commutes Chelsea Manning’s Sentence, Pardons Gen. James E. Cartwright, Takes No Action on Edward Snowden

Neil Gorsuch Sworn in as Newest Supreme Court Justice

WikiLeaks Publishes Documents Revealing CIA Hacking Tools, Faces Government Blowbacky”

New FCC Chairman Signals Change in Direction for Agency

Filmmaker and Journalists Face Subpoena Threats, Newsroom Searches, and Orders to Testify

Federal Government, Minnesota Court of Appeals Address Data Privacy Issues

British Press and Reform Advocates Continue to Battle over Questions of Regulation

Minnesota and New York Consider Media Law Questions Involving the Internet and Privacy

Congress Revives Legislation to Permit Cameras in Supreme Court, Federal Courts

Backpage Closes Adult Content Section after Government Scrutiny

Silha Center Spring Forum Addresses Ethical Challenges Related to Fake News