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Bulletin: Fall 2012: Volume 18, No. 1

Leveson Inquiry Report Calls for New System of Press Regulation in United Kingdom

U.S. Supreme Court to Hear Challenge to Citizens-Only Limitations on Virginia Open Records Requests

Copyright Cases Around the Country Address Illegal Downloading, the Sale of Foreign-Made Works in the U.S., and the Aggregation of Online Listings

State Limits on Campaign Contributions Remain in Effect for 2012 Election Season; Voters Call for Amendment to Overturn Citizens United

Courts Struggle to Balance Privacy and Transparency Interests in Recent FERPA Case

Minnesota Courts Address Defamation Claims Stemming from Blog Posts and Online Reviews

New FCC Rule on Disclosure of Political Advertising Follows 2012 Election Spending

Social Media Policies Threaten Employee Privacy

Published Photos of Arguably Private Moments Raise Questions About Whether Media Acted Ethically

Silha Lecture Features Experts on the Ethics and Craft of Writing Restaurant Reviews