What about media law do citizens need to know when they publicly address legally challenging or dangerous topics?
Micah Sifry and Daniel Schuman address the question: “What are the legal dangers for publishing secrets in the crowdsourced era?”
Florence Gallez develops a secure online space for media professionals and their audience to collaborate on news stories’ reporting and writing.
John Bryant and Wendy Seltzer ask: What are the ethics and legality in the creation, sharing, and ownership of textual versions?
John Bryant and Wendy Seltzer ask, how does technology abet appropriation? How might it assist the useful designation of boundaries? Is the law keeping up?
Media policy in the United States has, since its inception, been governed by the principle that infrastructure providers should serve “the public interest.”
How has the American tradition of intellectual property law understood the relationship between originality and tradition?