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Stephen M. Kramarsky Stephen M. Kramarsky

The intersection of law and technology often creates challenges, as courts struggle to apply existing legal norms and constructs to situations that could never have been imagined when those concepts were developed. Adding politics to the mix does not make the situation any easier—especially when the legal issues are among the most ancient and foundational in United States history: freedom of speech and unfettered political discourse. But when a technology like social media becomes, for billions of people, an essential part of their daily lives and connection to the world, fundamental legal issues arise that have to be addressed.

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