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Voyeur Nation: Media, Privacy, And Peering In Modern Culture
Introduction Peeping Tom Meets Jennifer Ringley Social Forces Driving Mediated Voyeurism Priming the Economic and Political Pumps of Mediated Voyeurism Dont Look Now, But Somebodys Watching You FreeExpand
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Hate speech and its harms: a communication theory perspective
In this article I analyze harms caused by hate speech using Carey's (1989) contrasting transmission and ritual models of communication. Adoption of the transmission model directs the attention ofExpand
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Sex, Cell Phones, Privacy, and the First Amendment: When Children Become Child Pornographers and the Lolita Effect Undermines the Law
It is a sure-fire recipe for legal trouble: combine hormone-raging teens with image-transmitting technologies, and then stir them together in a sex-saturated society replete with outdated laws and aExpand
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The Two-Step Evidentiary and Causation Quandary for Medium- Specific Laws Targeting Sexual and Violent Content: First Proving Harm and Injury to Silence Speech, then Proving Redress and
I. INTRODUCTION II. PROVING REMEDY AND REDRESS OF SPEECH-CAUSED HARM THROUGH CENSORSHIP: CAUGHT BETWEEN UNDERINCLUSIVE REMEDIES AND OVERBROAD LAWS III. THE BROADER PROBLEM OF PROVING REDRESS OFExpand
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Counterspeech 2000: A New Look at the Old Remedy for "Bad" Speech
I. INTRODUCTION Justice Louis Brandeis, in his concurring opinion nearly seventyfive years ago in the criminal syndicalism case of Whitney v. California,l articulated the premise of what today isExpand
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Defining Public Concern after Snyder v. Phelps: A Pliable Standard Mingles with News Media Complicity
This article analyzes and critiques the efforts of the U.S. Supreme Court in Snyder v. Phelps in March 2011 to fashion a workable definition of, and test for, the critical concept of "public concern"Expand
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