This second edition of Law’s Expression provides a timely analysis of the intersection of law, communication, and media in contemporary Canadian society. In an era where freedom of expression and free speech frame some of the most important issues facing governments, regulators, media owners, and citizens alike, this book offers valuable tools for understanding and critical evaluation. The authors tackle the areas of privacy, reputation, hate speech, sexualized speech, and intellectual property, situating them in their historical, legal, and social contexts; providing key theoretical constructs with which to make sense of them; and drawing out the particular challenges posed by digital media and online communication.

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