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Media literacy in a time of misinformation: A Q&A with Don Corrigan

USA - January 11 2019 “Misinformation” was named the word of the year for 2018, and it’s clear we’ve entered a media world where separating truth from falsity can be...


Why we permit fake identities, even for Russian disinformation campaigns

USA, Russia - December 19 2018 A detailed report on Russia’s disinformation campaign notably never questioned the fact the Russians had the opportunity, and even right, to post on...


Fair use isn’t arithmetic

USA - October 25 2018 Everyone including lawyers and judges likes simple legal rules. And the Copyright Act seems to provide one, with its fair use provision listing...


Too hyperbolic to be believed: How social media is transforming libel law

USA - October 23 2018 The Internet has clearly changed how we think about facts and truth, as the Stormy Daniels versus President Donald Trump case illustrates. Libel is...


Are campaigns running on infringement?

USA - August 29 2018 As we move further into a political season, we can expect to hear a lot about Copyright Law. No, not that candidates will campaign for copyright...