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Bulletin Summer 2016: Volume 21, No. 3

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Gawker Shuts Down After Losing Initial Appeal of $140 Million Judgment in Privacy Case

Sixth Circuit Rules that Booking Photos Implicate Privacy Interests Under FOIA

D.C. Circuit Upholds “Net Neutrality” Rules

President Obama Signs Law Making Significant Amendments to the Freedom of Information Act

Right to Be Forgotten Continues to Create Challenges for Online Entities

Supreme Court Issues Long-Awaited Spokeo Ruling

Eighth Circuit Overturns Jesse Ventura’s Victory in Libel and Unjust Enrichment Suit

2016 Presidential Candidates Present Challenges for Free Expression

Revenge Porn Remains Controversial Topic for State and Federal Legislatures

Data Breaches Continue to Plague Social Networking Websites, Government Agencies, and News Organizations

Critics Raise Privacy Concerns Over Pokémon Go

Department of Defense Revises Law of War Manual after Criticisms from Journalistic Community

State Legislatures, Courts Consider Media Law Issues

Free Expression Controversies on College Campuses to be Topic of 31st Annual Silha Lecture