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Computer and Internet Law Updates for 2012-09-17

New post: Computer and Internet Law Weekly Updates for 2012-09-16 http://t.co/61IKVGja # Google blocked Acer smartphone on Android incompatibility concerns http://t.co/CQIhMKaE # (#BrandX #MonopolyPricing #TelCo #CableMonopoly RT @bsookman New post:...
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Copyright doesn't limit online speech - Austin American-Statesman

Copyright doesn't limit online speech - Austin American-Statesman | Media Law | Scoop.it
Austin American-StatesmanCopyright doesn't limit online speechAustin American-StatesmanAfter the Internet Blackout Day on Jan. 18, SOPA became ...
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5 Ways Blogging Grows Your Social Media Presence : The Rainmaker Blog

5 Ways Blogging Grows Your Social Media Presence : The Rainmaker Blog | Media Law | Scoop.it
Blogging should be at the heart of your law firm marketing strategy because of the ways it contributes to growing your social media footprint.
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Royals Chasing Shadows and Shadowy Photographers - Huffington Post

Royals Chasing Shadows and Shadowy Photographers - Huffington Post | Media Law | Scoop.it
Royals Chasing Shadows and Shadowy PhotographersHuffington PostThese are all legitimate debates full of subjectivity on what is right and wrong and objectivity in the form of jurisdictions and privacy laws.
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52 Digital Media Resources You May Have Missed

52 Digital Media Resources You May Have Missed | Media Law | Scoop.it
Catch up on the latest digital media resources with our weekly features roundup.
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Twitter turns over Occupy tweets to court: Why this matters | Digital Trends

Twitter turns over Occupy tweets to court: Why this matters | Digital Trends | Media Law | Scoop.it
Twitter today succumbed to pressure from a New York criminal court to turn over deleted tweets of an Occupy Wall Street protester. This is why you should care.
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Duchess of Cambridge, French Privacy Law and Media Cynicism

Duchess of Cambridge, French Privacy Law and Media Cynicism | Media Law | Scoop.it
There is little doubt about the legal position: the publication of topless photographs of the Duchess of Cambridge by “Closer” magazine in France was illegal.  The taking and publishing of the phot...
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Beth Noveck: Demand a more open-source government | Video on TED.com

Beth Noveck: Demand a more open-source government | Video on TED.com | Media Law | Scoop.it

TED Talks What can governments learn from the open-data revolution?

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Search engines have same speech rights as the New York Times, says Google report

Search engines have same speech rights as the New York Times, says Google report | Media Law | Scoop.it
Just as the New York Times can decide "All the News That's Fit to Print," search engines have a free speech right to choose who or what to put in their search rankings.
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One Internet or Many – Questions on Censorship Grow

One Internet or Many – Questions on Censorship Grow | Media Law | Scoop.it
When a hateful fourteen-minute video was created intentionally to depict the prophet Mohammad in a manner designed to offend, the awareness of this trivial effort sparked worldwide protests against...
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Advice to Media and Muslims: Don't Feed the Trolls

Advice to Media and Muslims: Don't Feed the Trolls | Media Law | Scoop.it
The jerk who made that video, the one that supposedly incited rioting and murder in Egypt and Libya, is the very definition of a troll: He made it to elicit the reaction he was sure he'd cause. That is what trolls do.
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Demanding A Student's Facebook Password A Violation Of First Amendment Rights, Judge Says | Techdirt | The Digital Professor

Demanding A Student's Facebook Password A Violation Of First Amendment Rights, Judge Says | Techdirt | The Digital Professor | Media Law | Scoop.it
For some strange reason, a large number of schools adhere to the notion that their students are not actually citizens of the United States and therefore, not granted the same rights as the "grownups." The rationale for the limitation of...
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Technology & Marketing Law Blog: Social Media Discovery Roundup

Technology & Marketing Law Blog: Social Media Discovery Roundup | Media Law | Scoop.it
Technology & Marketing Law Blog : Social Media Discovery Roundup, http://t.co/XuCXIaSD.
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Royals sue over topless pictures

Royals sue over topless pictures | Media Law | Scoop.it
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have launched legal action against the French magazine Closer over its publication of topless pictures of the duchess, Clarence House says.
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Infographic: Social Media Use in Law Enforcement

Infographic: Social Media Use in Law Enforcement | Media Law | Scoop.it
Research commissioned by LexisNexis in 2012 aimed to better understand the current role of social media in law enforcement investigations.
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Internet companies are increasingly keeping the gates of free speech | Nation | News fro...

Internet companies are increasingly keeping the gates of free speech | Nation | News fro... | Media Law | Scoop.it
Google blocked The Innocence of Muslims clip in Egypt and Libya.
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Media Law Prof Blog: Google To White House: No Take-Down For ...

Media Law Prof Blog: Google To White House: No Take-Down For ... | Media Law | Scoop.it
Media Law Prof Blog · A Member of the Law Professor Blogs Network. Blog Editor. Christine A. Corcos Associate Professor of Law Louisiana State Univ. • Web Profile • Email. News Readers & Feeds ...
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Google Grudgingly Adds “Do Not Track” Privacy Option to Chrome Browser

Google Grudgingly Adds “Do Not Track” Privacy Option to Chrome Browser | Media Law | Scoop.it
Belatedly following the lead of Mozilla’s Firefox, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, and Apple’s Safari, Google is adding a “Do Not Track” option to its increasingly popular Chrome browser, AllThingsD reports.
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Social Media Basics for Educators | The New Media Consortium

Social Media Basics for Educators | The New Media Consortium | Media Law | Scoop.it

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Experts unlike ruling in Facebook speech case - NORFOLK Va. — The like button on Facebook seems like a relatively clear way to express your support for something but a federal judge says that doe...

Experts unlike ruling in Facebook speech case - NORFOLK Va. — The  like  button on Facebook seems like a relatively clear way to express your support for something but a federal judge says that doe... | Media Law | Scoop.it
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