Items tagged with Law and Technology
“Sticker Shock” in the Academic Market: A Plea for More Creative Distribution and Pricing Options for Documentary Sales to Colleges and UniversitiesJanuary 27What can be done to increase college-level teachers’ and researchers’ access to documentaries in the non-theatrical, non-home video academic market while still supporting independent film production?
“Get Digi With It”: AUDIOVISUAL TECHNOLOGY’S CHALLENGE TO RESTRICTIONS ON RECORDING IN PENNSYLVANIA PRISONSOctober 21The PA Department of Corrections’ nearly complete ban on recording in its facilities by lawyers and the media needs to be reexamined in light of advances in the use of digital audiovisual technology and visual legal advocacy.
October 3The D.C. Circuit’s January 2014 decision overturning the FCC’s Open Internet Order touched off debate over the scope of the FCC’s authority to mandate network neutrality. This conference explored whether and how Title II, Title III, and Title VI of the Communications Act apply to the Internet.
May 10Video of the 2014 VLA Roundtable “Preparing to Protest” shows how “creative cultural resistance” can increase the visual impact of direct action social justice protests.