Mass Communication Law in a Nutshell (6th ed.)
Expert authors discuss the First Amendment in detail, as well as defamation and mass communication in Carter, Dee and Zuckman’s Mass Communication Law in a Nutshell. It covers: Internet law Indecency Websites with bomb recipes Defamation and anonymous postings Blocking cookies Encryption Spamming Copyright infringement Domain names and convergence The role of the FCC Cable and news technologies Further highlights include Supreme Court rulings on “ride-along” cases, nude dancing, and commercial speech, covering issues such as banning advertising for lawful but harmful products such as tobacco. There is also an expanded discussion of journalists’ access to courtroom proceeding and judicial documents.
West Academic Publishing
Communications Law | Law
Zuckman, Harvey L.; Carter, T. Barton; and Dee, Juliet Lushbough, "Mass Communication Law in a Nutshell (6th ed.)" (2007). Faculty Books. 51.