A federal appeals court in Miami held that a judge needn’t necessarily recuse herself from a case being argued by a lawyer with whom the judge is
Laws seeking to regulate speech on the Internet must be narrowly drafted to avoid running afoul of the First Amendment, and limiting such a law’s
The New York Court of Appeals has struck down that state's "cyberbullying" law in a 5-2 decision, finding that it is overly broad and chills First
California recently adopted a law criminalizing the malicious impersonation of another person online.
The FCC recently issued an NPRM tentatively concluding that schools receiving universal service support under the Schools and Libraries, or "E-Rate," program must educate students about acceptable online behavior.
On October 23, the FCC released an NOI asking questions about how to serve and protect children and how to empower parents in today’s new digital media landscape.