Edward L. Carter
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Argentina's Right to be Forgotten
EL Carter
Emory Int'l L. Rev. 27, 23, 2013
The Smith-Mundt act's ban on domestic propaganda: An analysis of the cold war statute limiting access to public diplomacy
AW Palmer, EL Carter
Communication Law and Policy 11 (1), 1-34, 2006
Outlaw speech on the Internet: Examining the link between unique characteristics of online media and criminal libel prosecutions
EL Carter
Santa Clara Computer & High Tech. LJ 21, 289, 2004
Harmonization of Copyright Law in Response to Technological Change: Lessons from Europe about Fair Use and Free Expression
EL Carter
U. La Verne L. Rev. 30, 312, 2008
Source of Information or Dog and Pony Show: Judicial Information Seeking during US Supreme Court Oral Argument, 1963-1965 & 2004-2009
JC Phillips, EL Carter
Santa Clara L. Rev. 50, 79, 2010
Applying Hazelwood to College Speech: Forum Doctrine and Government Speech in the US Courts of Appeals
EL Carter, KR Kemper, BL Morgenstern
S. Tex. L. Rev. 48, 157, 2006
Death of Procedural Safeguards: Prior Restraint, Due Process and the Elusive First Amendment Value of Content Neutrality
EL Carter, B Clark
Communication Law and Policy 11 (2), 225-254, 2006
Oral Argument in the Early Roberts Court: A Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis of Individual Justice Behavior
JC Phillips, EL Carter
J. App. Prac. & Process 11, 325, 2010
Copyright Ownership of Online News: Cultivating a Transformation Ethos in America's Emerging Statutory Attribution Right
EL Carter
Comm. L. & Pol'y 16 (2), 161-195, 2011
The right to be forgotten
EL Carter
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Communication, 2016
Gender and US Supreme Court oral argument on the Roberts court: an empirical examination
JC Phillips, EL Carter
Rutgers LJ 41, 613, 2009
Reporter's Privilege in Utah
EL Carter
BYU J. Pub. L. 18, 163, 2003
Promoting Progress or Rewarding Authors-Copyright Law and Free Speech in Bonneville International Corp. v. Peters
EL Carter
BYU L. Rev., 1155, 2002
Actual Malice in the Inter-American Court of Human Rights
E Carter
Communication Law and Policy 18 (4), 395-423, 2013
Broadcast Profanity and the Right to Be Let Alone: Can the FCC Regulate Non-Indecent Fleeting Expletives under a Privacy Model
EL Carter, RT Hall, JC Phillips
Hastings Comm. & Ent. LJ 31, 1, 2008
“Membership in a Particular Social Group”: International Journalists and US Asylum Law
EL Carter, B Clark
Communication Law and Policy 12 (3), 279-312, 2007
Podcasting and copyright: the impact of regulation on new communication technologies
EL Carter, S Lunt
Santa Clara Computer & High Tech. LJ 22, 187, 2005
Supreme Court Oral Argument Video: A Review of Media Effects Research and Suggestions for Study
EL Carter
BYU L. Rev., 1719, 2012
Defining government speech: Recent approaches and the germaneness principle
EL Carter
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 82 (2), 398-415, 2005
“Not to Disclose Information Sources”: Journalistic Privilege Under Article 19 of ICCPR
EL Carter
Communication Law and Policy 22 (4), 399-426, 2017
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