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explaining how each of the following situations would be resolved by the courts
Journalism & Communication
Pages 3 (753 words)
[Student Name] [Instructor Name] [Course Name] [Date] Case Solutions 1. The action taken by animal rights group is a fully-protected action and the court of law may intervene into this matter only if there are compelling reasons to do it or there is a chance of anarchy that will spread out due to the open expression committed by the animal rights group.
2. No, the news director is not right because the reporter and news team has not heard the opinion of Assistant Principal Johnson on student’s claim. Since the news team has decided to go on-air with the report, there are chances that either the students or the news team is committing would be seen by the Assistant Principal as slander and thus implying that the speech is partially protected. These types of scenarios are considered to be coming under the heavy regulations by the official authorities as this would damage the reputation of the Assistant Principal and he might file a case against the reporter and the News Director. Moreover, the newspaper has the liability that it communicates correct information and news to the audience without biasness and investigating the whole scenario. The on-airing of the report in prime time show would violate the basic rules of journalism, i.e. to communicate at neutral place and manner so that no one is hurt by the news or the person who is convicted is not humiliated, unless there are solid evidences to prove claims. 3. ...
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