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Bulletin Archive

Summer 2010

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WikiLeaks; Document Dump Sparks Debate

Cover Story

Anti-Secrecy Agenda Raises Concerns for Safety, Security. Continue reading

 

Supreme Court News

Kagan Confirmed; Provides Few Hints on Media Law Views. Continue reading

 

Supreme Court News

Court Declines to Set Privacy Standard on Electronic Devices. Continue reading

 

Supreme Court News

In Holder, Court Upholds Ban on Speech Supporting Terrorism. Continue reading

 

FOIA and Access

BP, Government Accused of Restricting Media Access to Spill. Continue reading

 

FOIA and Access

Limits Persist of Access to Guantanamo Proceedings, Records. Continue reading

 

FOIA and Access

Transparency Advocates Protest SEC's New FOIA Exemption. Continue reading.

 

International

Canadian Justices Say No to Privilege, Yes to Publication Ban. Continue reading

 

Subpoenas and Reporter Privilege

Appeals Court Narrows, Uphold Subpoena for Film Outtakes. Continue reading

 

Libel

Federal 'Libel Tourism' Law to Nullify Anti-Free Speech Rulings. Continue reading

 

Digital Media

Online Anonymity Continues to Challenge Courts, Plaintiffs. Continue reading.

 

Copyright

News Media Seek Legal Tools to Protect Original Content. Continue reading

 

Copyright

Federal Judge Reads DMCA to Favor Google, Service Providers. Continue reading.

 

Free Speech

Turner Convicted for Online Threat against Federal Judges. Continue reading

 

Student Media

Update: Settlement Reached in Student Paper Search and Seizure. Continue reading

 

Media Ethics

A Reporter, a General, and the Ethics of Covering the War. Continue reading.

 

Media Ethics

GLBT Magazine Walks Perilous Ethical Line by 'Outing' Pastor. Continue reading.

 

Media Ethics

Robinson Joins Campaign; Critics Claim Conflict of Interest. Continue reading

 

Silha Events

Silha Lecturer Paul Smith to Discuss Efforts to Ban Violent Video Games. Continue reading