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Bulletin Winter/Spring 2015: Volume 20, No. 2

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Charlie Hebdo Attack Leaves Several Dead, Sparks International Debate on Limits of Free Speech

Silha Events: Silha Center Co-Sponsors Panel Discussion on Free Expression in Wake of Attacks

News Organizations Backpedal after Failures to Fact Check, Anchor’s False Stories

Hack of Sony Pictures Raises Legal, Ethical Questions for Reporting on Stolen Information

Espionage Conviction Ends Lengthy Struggle to Compel Journalist’s Testimony

Silha Events: 30th Annual Silha Lecture to Feature James Risen, Joel Kurtzberg

Jury Awards $7.3 Million in “Blurred Lines” Music Copyright Infringement Suit

Ninth Circuit Rules First Amendment Does Not Protect NFL Video Game from Right of Publicity Suit

The Guardian Gains Major Victory in UK Freedom of Information Ruling in “Black Spider” Case

New FCC Rules Spur Heated Debate about Net Neutrality Regulation

FAA Releases New Proposed Regulations for Private Drone Use; Commercial Ban Remains in Place

Obama Calls for Data Security Reforms

States Continue to Grapple with Varying Issues Involving Communications Law