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USA: Libel by Blog and International Enforcement of Libel Judgments

Spring 2014

Hogan Lovells Global Media and Communications Quarterly

It is readily apparent that the means by which we communicate are different today from 10 years ago. Even as the preferences and habits of millennials — which include reliance on the internet and social media to maintain relationships, educate one's self, and express one's opinions, principles, and emotions — have become clearer, courts are only beginning to address how this shift in generational habits and preferences may affect our basic institutional and constitutional rights.

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