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Warner Bros. Asserts First Amendment Right to Hunt Copyright Pirates

The studio is facing a proposed class action lawsuit that alleges it has abused subpoenas and allowed representatives to make robocalls to cell phones demanding settlements.

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Google Gets Key Ruling in Battle With Mississippi AG

In a perhaps worrisome ruling for the MPAA, a judge trumpets Google's First Amendment rights.

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Constitution Check: Is the First Amendment on the side of a pro football team’s name?

Lyle Denniston, the National Constitution Center’s adviser on constitutional literacy, looks at the constitutional controversy surrounding the challenge to the name and logo used by the pro football team, the Washington Redskins.

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First Amendment in the Digital Age: How Copyright Enforcement Is Threatening Free Speech Online And How The

The current United States government policy of criminal copyright enforcement against online storages lockers has created a disturbance in the jurisprudential force of First Amendment law.

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Lawyers for Repurposed Righthaven Discuss the Spineful? Hosting Idea

January 31, 2012 — Having acquired the domain name of the notoriously litigious Righthaven, the operators of Swiss web hosting company OrtCloud enlisted several notable US copyright and first amendment lawyers in its efforts to create a new hosting business with a spineful? mandate to treat take-down notices and other legal threats with healthy skepticism.

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