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Taking it Back in Cyberspace: State Retraction Statutes, Defamation Suits against Online Newspapers
Most state statutes do not encompass online publications, but court rulings will determine legal status unless state legislatures act.
The use of state crime and accident records for targeted, direct‐mail solicitations: Commercial speech, access and privacy
Direct‐mail solicitations targeted to individuals identified in state crime and accident records raise privacy concerns. State statutes seeking to restrict the commercial use of information in theseExpand
Prosecuting the press: First amendment balancing and state statutes that punish publication of information of crimes and official misconduct
The press has been sued and prosecuted under state criminal statutes prohibiting the truthful publication of information. These cases have involved the truthful publication of information of sexualExpand
The Critical Role of Advertising Media Planning in Federal Rule 23 Class Action Notice
Federal judges frequently must use mass media advertising to provide legal notice in class actions to meet requirements of court rules and constitutional due process. Unlike most marketingExpand