Offering the most up-to-date coverage available, MAJOR PRINCIPLES OF MEDIA LAW, 2016 delivers a comprehensive summary of media law that is current through the end of the Supreme Courtas 2014-15 term. The book is revised every year to include the most recent additions, developments, and changes in communication law. The 2016 edition is available in August, with recent developments through July 1, 2015, fully integrated throughout -- not added as an appendix or separate supplement. Extremely reader friendly, the book includes a Table of Cases to help readers easily locate cases, detailed definitions of key words in the margins, Focus On sidebars with more in-depth information, and What should I know about my state? features highlighting key issues by state. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.Kathy Keeton, an executive at Penthouse magazine, sued for libel after Hustler ran a cartoon suggesting that she had contracted a ... who is well-known in Australia can sue for libel there even if the libel appears on a website based in another country and the site owner has ... The risk of being sued overseas troubles many Internet publishers not only because of the cost and inconvenience of defending aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Major Principles of Media Law, 2016|
|Author||:||Wayne Overbeck, Genelle Belmas, Jason Shepard|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2015-08-10|