Freedom of speech is a right guaranteed by the First Amendment of the Constitution. One exception to the rule is obscenity. But determining what is obscene can be difficult –- especially for those accused of it.
In-Studio: Global Intellectual Property by Life of the Law • September 19, 2017
Gift and Curse of Music – Haiti’s Fight for Copyright by Ian Coss • September 5, 2017
In-Studio: Prosecuting Discretion by Life of the Law • August 22, 2017
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