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They state the rules and standards of the industry

The legislative rule in media regulation

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Federal communications committee

Is the executive role in media regulations

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Struck down the right of reply on fairness doctrine

It example of the judicial role in media regulation

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Philosophy workwear society works as a market place protects freedom of speech, bad ideas will go go away and to not restrict speech

Marketplace of ideas concept

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Freedom of speech and press, privacy, intellectual property, ownership

Basic protections afforded under the first amendment

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That the US government could not stop anyone from what they say even libelous and harmful. (they could not stop unless it is printed, journalist aren’t license it be a prior restraint)

Prior restraints

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Political speech, anything that expresses viewpoints on issues

Speech that has the most protection

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Has less protection. The law has more function because it’s advertising intentions trying to gain profit

Commercial speech

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Sensors press if they feel it’s needed, if doing so protects natural society

When the gov censors American press

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It is written fixed in broadcasting tape paper or websites

Libel

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Need to claim that there was wrongdoings and that there was material damage

Non public figure needs to do to support libel claim

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Have to prove actual malice is false and went ahead anyway

Public figures have to prove in libel case

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Libel is written and documented slander is broken and you have to prove it called material damage

Libel vs. slander

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Protect ideas that are fix in medium for life of the author +70 years

1998 copyright term extension act

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Language that is used to sell or identify brand example slogan and emblem

Trademark

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Protect ideas that are fixed in a medium example music

Copyright

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Protects inventions

Patents

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Seen as legally it advisable you have to have permission from all parties in recording is up to interpretation in Michigan

Can you record conversations

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Administer and enforce laws; oversee electronic media (Broadcast licensing)

Federal communications committee(FCC)

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Intervene in commercial speech and try to stop deception in advertising

Federal trade commission(FTC)

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Oversee type of media with political campaign (electoral)

Federal elections committee(FEC)

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Was once a requirement media required to cover all viewpoints It was repealed because of demand for expression of opposing viewpoints

Fairness doctrine