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Symposium : adult entertainment.

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
2012
Copyright date:
2012
Publication:
Stanford, CA : Stanford Law School, [2012]
Copyright notice:
©2012
Format:
  • Book
  • 280 pages ; 26 cm
Title Variation:
Adult entertainment
Note:
Cover title. Special issue of Stanford law & policy review, volume 23, issue 1 (2012).
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents:
  • Fighting the pornification of American by enforcing obscenity laws / Orrin G. Hatch
  • The secondary-effects doctrine : stripping away First Amendment freedoms / David L. Hudson, Jr.
  • The obscenity conundrum, contingent harms, and constitutional consistency / Mark Huppin & Neil Malamuth
  • ICANN, the ".xxx" debate, and antitrust : the adult internet industry's next challenge / Paul J. Cambria, Jr.
  • Sex exceptionalism in intellectual property / Jennifre E. Rothman
  • Shooting the messenger : an analysis of theories of criminal liability used against adult-themed online service providers / Lawrence G. Walters
  • An analysis of potential liability within the adult film industry stemming from industry practices related to sexually transmitted infections / Brian Chase
  • "[A]nything that forces itself into my vagina is by definition raping me ..." - adult film performers and occupational safety and health / Chauntelle Anne Tibbals
  • Trouble in sin city : protecting sexy workers' civil rights / Ann C. McGinley.
Contributor:
Stanford University. School of Law.
Related Work:
Stanford law & policy review.
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