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Arts & First Amendment
By Bill Kenworthy
Works of art displayed in public settings under public auspices may draw more than critical notice — they may run into censorship.
Music industry drops effort to sue song swappers
But RIAA decision to press on with existing lawsuits draws ire of law professor, who is defending graduate student accused of violating digital-copyright law.
Utah's review of movie content irks some filmmakers
Before it offers financial incentives to film producers, state requires scripts to be submitted, vetted for 'overall tone.'
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