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5 Matching questions

  1. Strict Scrutiny
  2. True or False? A person who was considered a public figure in connection with a public controversy remains a public figure with regard to stories published or broadcast about that controversy in the future, despite the passage of time.
  3. Two factors a court will consider when examining the questions of reckless disregard for the truth?
  4. Common Law Defenses
  5. Libel Per Se
  1. a A compelling interest in regulating the speech but regulation must be narrowly tailored so no more speech than necessary is limited
  2. b 1. Truth
    2. Privileged Communication
    3.Neutral Reportage
    4. Fair Comment
    5. Consent
    6. Right of Reply
  3. c True
  4. d Because of Circumstance
  5. e Whether or not the news was of public concern and if the news came from a reliable source

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Yes
  2. Carelessness, not using care
  3. Must prove actual malice. A person who has done something to influence public opinion on a particular issue
  4. Failure to exercise reasonable care
  5. If it bars more speech than necessary

5 True/False questions

  1. Void for VaguenessIt's too vague, if the common person does not know what behavior is prohibited.


  2. To win a suit for false light, the plaintiff must show thatNY Times v. Sullivan


  3. Ollman testguilty knowledge


  4. Private Figuresmust prove negligence. Those who are not classified as public figures


  5. one of the "Emanations and Penumbras" in the constitution where the justices have found privacy rightsFalse


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