5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Four Privacy Torts
- Example of Transformative use
- True or False? As a result of the supreme court's anonymous ruling in Flynt v. Fallwell, public officials and public figures cannot ever recover form mass media defendants for "intentional infliction of emotional distress"
- Hornby v. Hunter
- Common Law Defenses
- a 1. appropriation
3. publication of private facts
4. putting someone in false light
- b That right to publicity can be transformed from dead people to their companies or families - Rosa Parks song by OutKast
- c 1. Truth
2. Privileged Communication
4. Fair Comment
6. Right of Reply
- d False
- e information that is transfer form newspaper and tv over the internet the court will presume 3rd party is aware.
5 Multiple choice questions
- It's too vague, if the common person does not know what behavior is prohibited.
- PIDFF, Publication, Identification, Defamation, Falsity, Fault
- The use of a person's name or likeness in an advertisement for a magazine or a newspaper or v program is usually not regarded as an appropriation
- 1. Business advertises unusual promotional campaign to draw attention to itself.
2. The notoriety of the business.
3. Is the business regulated by the government?
4.Was libelous comment on the business of public concern?
5. Frequency and media intensity of scrutiny of the business
- Carelessness, not using care
5 True/False questions
Libel (Defamation) → is a tort. Any publication or broadcast of a (false statement) that:
1. Injures someone's reputation
2. Lower's that person's esteem in the community
Punitive Damages → Designed to punish defendants for misconduct
Presumed Damages → General Damages
Court Case that began federalizing defamation → NY Times v. Sullivan
True or False? A court trial is one government proceeding excluded from the application of qualified privilege → False