Media Law Roundup: December 6th

Welcome to the Media Law Roundup, a survey of  the week’s developing media news. Vietnam Announces Fines for Social Media “Propaganda” Against the State Fines of 100 million dongs ($4,740 USD) will now be given to anyone in Vietnam criticizing…

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Reevaluating Media Law in Iceland

//Margrét Magnúsdóttir, Legal Advisor, at the Ministry of Education, Science, and Culture in Iceland discusses upcoming changes to Iceland’s evolving media law. Over the past two years Iceland´s media regime has undergone major legal reform. Following banking crash of 2008,…

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The Value of Social Media for Promoting Democracy

// CGCS Media Wire and the Annenberg School for Communications bring us this reaction piece from graduate student Kate Zambon on the true value of social media for promoting democracy. Zambon examines the technologically driven narratives like The Twitter Revolution…

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