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34. In the United States, anyone considering filing a libel claim has one year fromthe date the material was published to file35. Which of the following is not among the criteria for the successful application
of the “wire service defense”?
36. The opinion defense is considered the constitutional equivalent of faircomment and criticism
37. Which of the following is not a libel defense?
38. Courts have determined that under section 230 gossip websites likethedirty.com are protected the same as internet service providers (ISPs).39. When does the neutral reportage defense apply?
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40. The libel defenses of a fair comment and criticism and opinion are the same
Quiz 61.The way courts accept and apply the four privacy torts2.The U.S. Supreme court has ruled in only two false light cases. In both those
rulings the court held that all false light plaintiffs must prove actual malice towin their cases
3.A false light plaintiff must prove the story
4.A newspaper photographer who is on a public sidewalk never can commitintrusion
5.False light differs from libel because
6.Successful appropriation suits may be based on advertisements, posters, andnews stories
7.If courts in a state rule that the right of publicity is a property right, thatmeans
8.A person with a television camera sneaks across the mayor’s lawn, peeksthrough barely open curtains, and takes a picture of the mayor in a darkenedliving room. The photographer decides that he has done a terrible thing andexposes the film, so the picture is never printed. The mayor will likely lose anintrusion suit because the photographer remedied the situation by exposingthe film.
9.In an advertisement, creamy ice cream shows a woman eating one of thecompany’s ice cream bars. The woman looks just like Sandra Johnson, a popsinger—but it was not Johnson. Johnson, who didn't give permission to theice cream company, sues Creamy. Johnson will10. To win a private facts lawsuit, the standard a plaintiff must show is the
publication injured the plaintiff’s reputation
11. A radio commercialuses the voice of a singer sounding remarkably like LillyJones singing part of her hit record, "Fainting." The singer is not Jones. To
avoid an appropriation lawsuit for a "sound-alike" problem in theadvertisement
12. In general, intrusion can take place if there is a reasonable expectation of

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DavidM.VonPalko
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Mass Media, Supreme Court of the United States, First Amendment to the United States Constitution
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