Media Law Handbook
by Jane Kirtley
Publisher: U.S. Department of State 2010
Number of pages: 74
What are the privileges and responsibilities of a free press? In Media Law Handbook, Professor Jane Kirtley, Silha Professor of Media Ethics and Law at the University of Minnesota, explores how free societies answer this question.
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