I’ve got a guest column in today’s Spartan Daily that elaborates on the dangers of the Hosty v. Carter decision, what State Assemblyman Leland Yee wants to do about it, and why we’re actually pretty safe on public campuses in sunny California. Here’s an excerpt from the column: “College newspapers often boast that they are […]
In today’s Spartan Daily, the student newspaper here at San Jose State University, former Daily executive editor John Myers reports that a California legislator has introduced a bill in the state assembly that would make it more difficult for university officials to censor campus media outlets. Myers wrote that Leland Yee, the sponsor of the […]
While two Minnesota Reps. are questioning the antitrust implications of McClatchy (briefly) owning both the Minneapolis Star Tribune and the St. Paul Pioneer Press, the Department of Justice has apparently been busy questioning Grade the News director John McManus about what would happen if MediaNews bought the Bay Area ex-KR papers.
“In a unanimous vote yesterday, the Federal Election Commission left unregulated almost all political activity on the Internet except for paid political advertisements.” FEC Rules Exempt Blogs From Internet Political Limits
Some ideas of how to solve the out-of-control comments section… I still think there are some interesting legal issues here. Poynter Online – E-Media Tidbits
Here’s one account of Supreme Court arguments heard today in FAIR v. Rumsfeld, the case about the Solomon Amendment, which ties federal funding to the ROTC and military recruiters’ presence on campus. I wrote an opinion piece for the Daily on this in Oct Politics News Article | Reuters.com
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