Fargo presents at Media Law and Policy Scholars Conference
Anthony Fargo, associate professor and director of the Center for International Media Law and Policy Studies, presented at...
Fargo named to advisory board
Associate professor Anthony Fargo was named to the advisory board of the Center for Law, Society and Culture...
Trump’s anti-media rhetoric leads to support of the press, study says
CIMLAPS-supported animated series simplifies internet governance
Accessing news content through the internet is an everyday activity for many people, but the regulations governing these platforms can feel technical and complicated.
With support from The Media School’s...
Assange case could impact journalists, panel says
Fargo article proposes source protection options in absence of shield law
Fargo article pinpoints components of effective federal shield law
In order to pass an effective federal shield law, Congress should limit exceptions to protecting sources and prohibit secret court orders from unmasking sources, associate professor Tony Fargo argues in an...
Enemies of the Press panel discussion reverses Trump-created nickname
Apply for International Press Institute internship in Vienna
Apply by Dec. 7 to support the International Press Institute‘s defense of media freedom and the free flow of news as a summer 2019 intern in Vienna.
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Fargo presents soon-to-be-published paper in CaliforniaThe paper examines attempts to pass a federal shield law that would protect journalists from being required to reveal their sources.
IU/SPJ/ICOG offer free daylong workshop on open data, governmentSign up now for the free information access workshop on March 17 in Indianapolis.
Kalven frames subpoena battle in context of larger fight for press freedomsIn a Q&A, journalist Jamie Kalven talked about protecting sources, giving a voice to the marginalized and exercising First Amendment rights.
Mother of James Foley to speak at The Media SchoolDiane Foley will speak at 5:30 p.m. Feb. 21 after the screening of a documentary about her son.
Journalist fighting subpoena to speak at The Media School in JanuaryFreelance journalist Jamie Kalven will speak at 5:30 p.m. Jan. 23 in the Franklin Hall commons.
Washington Post’s Margaret Sullivan discusses press’s relationship with the publicThe Media School's final fall Speaker Series event was co-sponsored by the Center for International Media Law and Policy Studies and the Barbara Restle Press Law Project.
Online communication necessitates review of First Amendment theory, Fargo saysFargo presented the research at the International Association for Media and Communication Research annual conference in Cartagena, Colombia.
Fargo to lead D.C. panel on watchdog journalism"Building a Better Watchdog" is supported by the Barbara Restle Press Law Project.
Fargo to moderate First Amendment panel at IPI conference
Associate professor Anthony Fargo will moderate a panel discussion May 19 in Hamburg, Germany, on the...
Lanosga, Fargo speak on free pressThey served on the panel “The Fourth Estate: The Role of the Free Press in a Democracy.”
Fargo serves as Sunshine Week panelist
Associate professor Anthony Fargo served as one of four participants in a panel discussion, “Keeping the...
Restle gift to support research on info access, sourcesThe Barbara Restle Press Law Project will support an upcoming panel on cybersecurity.
Media School takes on fake news, media distrustPanel discussions, classroom activities and an alumna’s gift are geared toward exploring these issues.
Fargo discusses implications of First AmendmentHis talk was part of the weekly research presentations at the school.
Lanosga, Fargo address International Visitor Leadership ProgramThey represented the Indiana Coalition for Open Government and spoke on the importance of grassroots organizations.
Fargo chapter in book on freedom of expressionHe wrote about “ISP Liability in the United States and Europe: Finding Middle Ground in an Ocean of Possibilities.”
Fargo attends AEJMC conference in ChileFargo joined in on a discussion panel that covered Europe's "right to be forgotten" law.
Fargo contributes to meeting on sources, whistleblowersThe meeting in Vienna June 11 was organized by International Press Institute and the United Nations.
Martin, Fargo discuss cyber research in document access, anonymous speechThe two spoke at the Faculty Conversation on Multidisciplinary Research Collaborations Feb. 23 at the Maurer School of Law.
Fargo author of article on anonymity as legal rightAssociate professor Anthony L. Fargo is the co-author of “Anonymity as a Legal Right: Where and Why It Matters."
IPI study: Policies on anonymous reader comments in ‘experimental stage’
Center director Anthony Fargo, IU doctoral student Kyle Heatherly and IU alumnus Jason A. Martin, assistant professor at the College of Communication, DePaul University, are authors of a study...
Harbour, Graham to intern with International Press Institute
Two Indiana University School of Journalism students will spend part of their summer in Vienna, Austria, interning with the International Press Institute, a global network of journalists, editors and...
Fargo analyzes Suriname’s defamation laws
Center director Anthony Fargo is the author of a report that concludes that Suriname’s defamation laws, especially “the crime of insult,” are vulnerable to abuse and should be revised. Fargo produced...
Research helps change laws in Caribbean nations
Research by the School of Journalism’s Center for International Media Law and Policy Studies is helping to change criminal defamation laws in several Caribbean nations. The center has produced several reports...
Fargo to speak at IPI World Congress
Anthony L. Fargo, director of the Center for International Media Law and Policy Studies, will be a speaker on a panel at the International Press Institute’s World Congress in Amman, Jordan,...
Forty years after Branzburg v. Hayes, much to debate, panelists say
By Jessica Haney, BAJ’10, Indiana University School of Journalism Forty years after the controversial Supreme Court ruling on the First Amendment case Branzburg v. Hayes, much is left open for...
Institute publishes Fargo, Wagner paper on criminal libel
The International Press Institute released “Criminal Libel in the United States,” by center director Anthony Fargo and Indiana University School of Journalism doctoral student A.Jay Wagner, on its website...
Fargo to teach legal ed course for legislators, lawyers
Anthony Fargo, director of the Center for International Media Law and Policy Studies, will teach a Continuing Legal Education course on First Amendment issues for legislators and lawyers employed...
International Press Institute internship provides research experience, collaboration
By Haley Nelson, IU School of Journalism A research collaboration with center director Anthony Fargo turned into an international internship opportunity for Indiana University School of Journalism doctoral student A.Jay Wagner,...
School launches Center for International Media Law and Policy Studies
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Aug. 6, 2012 — by George VlahakisBLOOMINGTON, Ind. — The Indiana University School of Journalism has created a new research center that focuses on legal...