Fixed? The Law of Live-Streaming
Legal and Ethical Issues of Live Streaming explores the potential legal and ethical issues of using live streaming technology, citing that although live streaming has a broadcasting capability, it is not regulated by the Federal Communications Commission, unlike other broadcasting media such as radio or television. Without this regulation, live streaming is opened up for broad use and misuse, including broadcasts of horrifying incidents such as the mass shootings at mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand in 2019, sparking outrage and fear about the technology. Contributors provide a pathway to move forward with ethical and legal use of live streaming by analyzing the wide spectrum of critical issues through the lens of communication, ethics, and law. Scholars of legal studies, ethics, communication, and media studies will find this book particularly useful.
Rowman & Littlefield
Shing-Ling S. Chen, Zhuojun Joyce Chen, & Nicole Allaire
Legal and Ethical Issues of Live Streaming
Brian N. Larson & Genelle I. Belmas, You Can Doesn’t Mean You Should: The Rationale and Ethics of Live Streaming Crimes, in LEGAL AND ETHICAL ISSUES OF LIVE STREAMING (Sarina Chen, et al, ed. 2020)