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Editor: Christine A. Corcos
Louisiana State Univ.

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Randazza @marcorandazza On Being Cool and Informed About the Law on Filming Pornography In the U.S.

Marc J. Randazza, Randazza Legal Group, World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), and Università di Torino Faculty of Law, is publishing The Freedom to Film Pornography in volume 17 of the Nevada Law Journal (2016). Here is the abstract.
Repeat after me WITH FEELING: 1. "Pornography is not prostitution" 2. "It is legal to film porn everywhere in America" Now, download the article and read it so that you can learn why. You'll be smarter, and more interesting at parties. Some smarmy sanctimonious clown will think that surfing Reddit substitutes for three years of law school and a bar exam. They'll say "you know you can only film porn in California and New Hampshire." Then you can proclaim "oh yeah, well I read the complete study of this issue and you are WRONG." You'll be the coolest one at the party. All because you read this law review article about the First Amendment right to film pornography.
Download the article from SSRN at the link.

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