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Bulletin Fall 2015: Volume 21, No. 1

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NSA Telephony Metadata Collection Program Remains Controversial Even After It Ends

Federal Courts Hand Down Major Copyright Decisions in High Profile Cases

Judicial Redress Act the Next Step in a Replacement of EU-US Safe Harbor Framework; Controversial Cybersecurity Information Security Act Passes the Senate

News Organizations Grapple with Showing Depictions of Drowned Syrian Toddler

FAA Issues Drone Registration Requirements; California Updates Drone Regulations, Vetoes Others

Journalists, Newspapers Clash with Activists on College Campuses, Raising First Amendment Issues

Electronic Arts Seeks Review from Supreme Court Over Video Game Right of Publicity Rulings

Obama Administration Backs Down on Cellphone Encryption Dispute, but Battles over Government Access to Technology Continue

Department of Defense’s New Law of War Manual Brings Calls for Revisions from Journalistic Community

Journalists Face Troubling Criminal Convictions Domestically and Abroad

Recent Cases and Pending Decisions Put Media Law Issues in Spotlight in Multiple States

30th Annual Silha Lecture Addresses Challenges to Reporting on National Security Matters