Media Privacy & Related Law 50-State Survey (Non-Members)
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Media Privacy and Related Law examines privacy and related claims that often arise in a media context, and how courts handle these issues. Topics covered include: False Light, Private Facts, Intrusion, Eavesdropping, Hidden Cameras, Misappropriation, Right of Publicity, Infliction of Emotional Distress, Prima Facie Tort, Injurious Falsehood, Unfair Competition, Conspiracy, Tortious Interference with Contract, Negligent Media Publication, and Relevant Statutes.
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Table of contents
2020-21 MLRC 50-STATE MEDIA PRIVACY Outline
2020-21 MLRC 50-STATE MEDIA PRIVACY SURVEY
Federal Law on Electronic Eavesdropping
District of Columbia
How to Read the Issue Status Summary and Issue Status Index
Issue Status Summary Tables
Issue Status Codes and Notes