The goal here is to give you a basic roadmap to the legal issues you may confront as a blogger, to let you know you have rights, and to encourage you to blog freely with the knowledge that your legitimate speech is protected.Entered By: Brock Lorber
Today, less than three years after it made its first Washington hire, the Internet giant is poised to capitalize on its backing of President Obama and pursue its agenda in the nation's capital.
John Stossel is the best-known libertarian in the news media. As the co-anchor of the long-running and immensely popular ABC News program 20/20, author of a continuing series of specials on topic...
To The Editor: In your comment re, 2009-02-02 15:43:53, I find the suggestion to change the ‘title’ “Editorial” to ‘Opinion’ in editorial writing quite whimsical and capricious. Behind this unfortunate editorial advice are the follRead Letter
To Ernest [and to Psychictaxi], Let’s take note of this teaching-learning moment because this is about the inherent right of any media publication to declare its own EDITORIAL POLICY – to free the publication of libel or false personal attacRead Letter
"overload is underload" ... consumers are producers ... and other observations about the evolution of new media
Paul J. Feiner, Town Supervisor of Greenburgh, New York, talks to Paul Levinson about the value of blogging in staying in touch with the people in local governance.
One year ago today.........Can one of the nation's great musicians cut through the fog of a D.C. rush hour? Let's find out.
China is using an increasing number of paid "internet commentators" in a sophisticated attempt to control public opinion. [Silly communists. In America, the party gets sheeple to do that for free.]
It is rare for bloggers to be arrested in South Korea, one of the world's most wired and tech savvy nations. Critics say the case could undermine freedom of speech on the Internet.
"Never mind the nature of the views being expressed on these sites - this attack was a naked broadside aimed at the very infrastructure of public speech and discourse in America, just as surely as if vandals had destroyed the presses used by the
Mr Burnham, a father of three young children, believes internet service providers should offer child-friendly web access. Watch the video.
Andy Burnham says he believes that new standards of decency need to be applied to the web. He is planning to negotiate with Barack Obama’s incoming American administration to draw up new international rules for English language websites.
Television, however, remains the preferred medium for Americans, according to the survey by the Washington-based Pew Research Center for the People & the Press.
The Web may be the future for magazine publishing, but in the present, ready revenue is winning out and Web writers are getting laid off left and right
The proponents of the various “Internet 2″ style projects all maintain that the internet in it’s current form is “dead” or “dying”, citing the problem of providing more and more bandwidth as it grows. The fact of the matter is that bandwidth is
More online journalists are in prison globally than any other reporters working in any other medium, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists. [Because they don't work for the government and ask too many questions.]
A video review of last week's news to prepare you for this week.
What is going on? Have you been critical of their property boom and they don't like it?
On Iraq, welfare, being a Christian and a libertarian, troops used domestically, and more on the death of immigrant detainee Hiu Lui Ng in a immigrant detention center.
More than print, TV or any other medium, online journalists are now the most-jailed category of journalists worldwide. A study by the Committee to Protect Journalists said that the online reporters, editors and bloggers make up 45% of the 125 journa
A Zogby Poll, commissioned by IFC, found 37.6% of those asked consider the Internets the most reliable source of news. 20.3% consider national TV news most reliable and 16% say radio is the most reliable source.
In contrast to a traditional search engine, Silobreaker looks at the data it finds like a person does. It recognises things – companies, people, topics, places – and puts them in context.
We checked back in with the freelance photojournalist who was arrested by the Chicago Police Department October 22 at a crime scene. Thinking we’d hear about the status of his arrest, we were shocked to learn he’d been arrested again - and the second
The Times has learnt that the Huffington Post, her influential political website, will confirm within the next week that it has completed a $15 million (£10 million) fundraising from investors.
Investigations ensued. The chiefs of 2 redevelopment agencies were forced out. One of them faces criminal charges. Yet the main revelations came not from any of San Diego’s television and radio stations or its dominant newspaper but from a handful of
China’s propaganda mandarins are experimenting with a new policy to manage their message in the age of the internet: reporting the news as it happens. Important shift for the ruling Communist Party, accustomed to deciding what will be reported and wh
All six vice-presidential candidates are invited to debate live from Las Vegas NV on Nov. 2nd. Who do you think is showing up? (YouTube)
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