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Legislators have found it challenging to address invasions of privacy on social media without violating First Amendment rights, but it can be done.
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Whether creating or using copyright-protected works, or both, entities of all types benefit from implementing a well-crafted copyright policy.
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Internet Law: Cases & Problems (5th ed.), by James Grimmelmann
U.S. Copyright Office Expands Exceptions to Anti-Circumvention Prohibition
U.S. Copyright Office Seeks Comment on DMCA Safe Harbor
European Court of Justice Strikes Down U.S. Safe Harbor for Using Personal Data