Counseling Content Providers In The Digital Age
- Kathleen Conkey, Esq.; Elissa D. Hecker, Esq.; Pamela C. Jones, Esq.
Contents at a Glance
Defamation / Invasion of Privacy / Right of Publicity / News-Gathering Torts / Copyright Infringement / Trademark Infringement / Rights and Clearances / Errors and Omissions Insurance / Contracting with Minors in the Entertainment Industry / Television Standards and Practices / Reality Television: Pranks and Sensitive Subject Matter / Miscellaneous Steps in Pre-Broadcast Review
For as long as there have been printing presses, there have been accusations of libel, invasion of privacy, intellectual property infringements and a variety of other torts. Now that much of the content reaching the public is distributed online as well as by television, radio and in print, the field of pre-publication review has become more complicated and more important. Counseling Content Providers in the Digital Age provides an overview of the issues content reviewers repeatedly face.
Counseling Content Providers in the Digital Age was written and edited by experienced media law attorneys from California and New York. This book is invaluable to attorneys entering the field of pre-publication review as well as anyone responsible for vetting the content of a client's or firm's website.
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- June 1, 2010
- 480 pages