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May It Please the Court…and Facebook?

On March 24, 2018 By mtgalloway

On February 7, 2018, Florida made history as the first state supreme court to live stream its oral arguments on Facebook.

Florida’s state courts have a history of being early adopters of new technology and its role in the courtroom.  While not the first to permit electronic media coverage of court [...]

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Cyber-Threatened Tween Could Go for IIED Gold

On July 22, 2010 By JETLaw

Until a few days ago, not many people over the age of fifteen had heard of Jessi Slaughter (an alias). An eleven-year-old girl who frequently posted videos of herself engaging in colorful rants, Jessi was a bit of a celebrity among tweens on the Internet. After someone posted on a tween website, claiming [...]

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From Piracy to Profit

On November 7, 2008 By JETLaw

While Viacom pushes forward with their $1 billion lawsuit against YouTube, Viacom subsidiary MTV Networks (which includes MTV as well as Comedy Central, BET, Spike and Nickelodeon) has reached a deal with MySpace to [...]

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