"CommLawBlog covers and comments on developments in all areas of spectrum regulation by the Federal Communications Commission, as well as issues relating to copyright, trademark, First Amendment and Internet."
"The CommLawCenter covers the political, economic, and regulatory environment for media companies, program networks, station owners and numerous other players in the communications industry." FCC regulations are the most common topic covered.
Posts focus on social media law.
This is a blawg on European electronic communications and digital media law.
"Analysis and commentary regarding federal, state and local pay-to-play laws, campaign finance law, lobbying and ethics. This blog provides up-to-date information about the ever-changing complex landscape of legal obligations in the area of political law."
"Items of news and comment concerning any aspect of commercial law that interests us."
"Federal Internet law and policy."
Legal research services—Bloomberg BNA, LexisNexis, Westlaw—are a big part of this blog's beat. But O'Grady also takes close looks at new legal research platforms, interviews legal publishing leaders, and explores the evolving role of law librarians as the profession absorbs new technology and law firms rethink how they serve clients.
"Provides topical news and commentary on legal issues impacting the digital media sector. Most creative output in the media and entertainment industries finds its way, sooner or later, onto the new distribution pathways that digital technologies provide. Whether it is music, drama, sport, games, gambling, virtual worlds, user generated content or otherwise, similar legal issues arise."
"Covers domain name policy and disputes, internet governance, privacy, digital IP, online contracting and marketing—with an emphasis on case developments."
Discusses e-discovery issues, trends and news, including recent court cases and interviews with people in the legal industry.
The blog provides information and advice about the Schools and Libraries Program, commonly called the E-Rate Program, which provides subsidies to schools to provide broadband Internet access. The E-Rate Team writes about compliance measures that will help clients understand how to meet requirements for funding.
"Whether you are just beginning the next groundbreaking internet startup, finding the next social media or internet marketing campaign or have been in existence for hundreds of years and are trying to figure out the new media landscape, you will have to face legal issues that are specifically-tailored and trying to keep up with Web 2.0."
Posts discuss entertainment and media law issues, including analysis of legislation, intellectual property rights, updates on current cases and commentary on legal developments.
This blawg provides the latest updates on FCC laws.
"The purpose of this blog site is to provide notice about recent developments in the field of intellectual property." Major topics include trademarks, the music industry and patent prosecution.
"What is Information Law? We see it as an obvious convergence of intellectual property doctrine, communications regulation, First Amendment norms, and new technology. As information becomes the most precious commodity of the 21st century, the law surrounding it will have to evolve. That’s what we want to talk and think about here—along with various related and not-so-related threads (hey, “information” covers a lot of ground!)."
Posts cover law and media news and libel actions in the United Kingdom.
“Defamatory content posted online can destroy the reputation of an individual, a small business, or a Fortune 500 Company. The Internet Defamation Removal Attorneys blog provides readers with helpful information regarding internet issues, including strategies for removing damaging content, new risks and new types of attacks individuals and businesses are facing online. On the blog, contributors from the Vorys internet defamation group also outline potential solutions to the negative situations that both individuals and companies can face online.”
"Business law basics with an Internet law twist. In every field, there is usually some way in which, because of the Internet, traditional law doesn't work, and a problem develops. So courts, legislatures, or lawyers have to somehow make a fix for that problem. This blog will examine those fascinating Internet law twists."
"Modern-day litigation, cyber defamation, and law in sports and entertainment."
IPTAblog is a blawg about "the relationship between the law, communications technology and the creative arts." Topics covered include fair use, copyright and Internet law.
"This is a spinoff of the firm's InfoLaw Newsletter, much like CSI: Miami is a spin-off from CSI. Except without all the corpses. The blog will feature shorter pieces, and ideally, reader feedback. Should be fun. Oh, yeah, and informative."
"Law, media, politics, and culture."
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