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Bulletin: Winter/Spring 2013: Volume 18, No. 2

Te’o, Armstrong, Pistorius, and Collins Stories Raise Ethical Questions in Sports Journalism

Justice Department Secretly Subpoenas Associated Press Phone Records

U. S. Supreme Court Upholds First Sale Doctrine for Works Made Abroad in Major Copyright Decision

U.S. Supreme Court Unanimously Upholds Virginia Law Prohibiting Out-of-State Open Records Request

U. S. Supreme Court Rejects Challenge to Federal Surveillance Law

Manning, Kiriakou Face Punishment for Blowing the Whistle on the War on Terror

Media Organizations’ Use of Public Data Draws Privacy Concerns from Courts, Legislatures

Recent Cases Put Online Defamation in the Spotlight

FTC, State Attorneys General Set Their Sights on Consumer Privacy in the Mobile Industry

Silha Spring Ethics Forum Discusses Issues Facing Sports Journalists

Evidence and Privacy in a Digital World: Silha Spring Forum

Donald M. Gillmor, Founding Director of the Silha Center and First Silha Professor, Dies at 86

Tributes for Donald M. Gillmor from Colleagues, Former Students

Tributes have come to the Silha Center and the School of Journalism and Mass Communication (SJMC) from colleagues and former students of Donald M. Gillmor, and have been posted on the Silha Center’s website at reading.