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    Media law

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    • Media case law

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    • Media legislation

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    • Telecommunications law

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    • Courtroom photography and broadcasting

    • Courtroom photographing and broadcasting is restricted around the world. The law varies from limited film and electronic media coverage in some countries, to a complete ban in others. In the US, photography and broadcasting is permitted in some courtrooms but not in others. Some argue that use of media during cour ... Read »


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    • Entertainment law

    • Entertainment law (or media law) is legal services to the entertainment industry. Entertainment law overlaps with intellectual property law (especially trademarks, copyright, and the "Right of Publicity"), but the practice of entertainment law often involves questions of employment law, contract law, torts, labor law, ... Read »


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    • Law on Social Responsibility on Radio and Television

    • The Law on Social Responsibility on Radio and Television (Ley de Responsabilidad Social en Radio y Televisión, known as the LRS or the Ley Resorte) is a Venezuelan law, adopted by the National Assembly and in force since 7 December 2004. Its purpose is to establish a legal framework for the social responsibility of ... Read »


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    • Benjamin Pell

    • Benjamin Pell (also known as "Benji the Binman", born December 1963) is a British man who is known for having raked through the dustbins of law firms representing prominent people in search of incriminating or compromising documents that he could sell to the press. Reportedly, Pell has now 'retired' from this activity ... Read »


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    • Salus-Grady libel law

    • The Salus-Grady libel law, also known as the Pennsylvania anti-cartoon law, was enacted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 1903 to discourage political criticism from the press. Governor Samuel W. Pennypacker championed the controversial law in response to an ongoing set of cartoons that mocked his successful 1902 ... Read »


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    • Unlicensed broadcasting

    • Unlicensed broadcasting, also called pirate broadcasting is a term used for any type of broadcasting without a broadcast license. Some unlicensed broadcasting, such as certain low-power broadcasting, may be legal. For example, in the United States, Title 47 CFR Part 15 (or "part 15"), is a regulation that allows unlic ... Read »


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    • Vernacular Press Act

    • In British India, the Vernacular Press Act (Act of 1878) was enacted to curtail the freedom of the Indian press and prevent the expression of criticism toward British policies—notably, the opposition that had grown with the outset of the Second Anglo-Afghan War (1878–80). The act was proposed by Lord Lytton, ... Read »


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