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The UK Supreme Court last month delivered an important judgment on the Reynolds (or public interest) defence to defamation actions in the case of Flood v Times Newspapers  UKSC 11.
You should read this judgment, which is available here on the Supreme Court Web site.
Hint: You might find it easier to start by reading the Supreme [...]
In this final class, we will conclude our study of the law of copyright, review key points from the course this past semester and distribute the final exam. This is a take-home exam and must be completed no later than Wednesday May 2. Please note that no new lecture handouts will be distributed at this final class and you are [...]
Lecturer: Sky Canaves
In the age of the Internet, copyright issues have become increasingly more important for both traditional and online media. What major copyright issues arise for both media companies and individual journalists? How has the increase in online publications complicated the conflict between copyright violations versus fair dealing/fair use? What [...]