Anti-‘revenge porn’ group focusing on state bans, for now, 30 October 2013

Berkman news 2013-10-30

“It is conceivable, however limited this category might be, that you could have information that … might be subject to one of these laws that is of public importance that might relate to the conduct of a public official,” says Jeff Hermes, director of the Digital Media Law Project at Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society. Imagine a politician engaging in acts he or she publicly denounces, Hermes said. Would that be protected from being shared? Should it, if it serves the public interest?

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