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International and Comparative Law as a Reverse Perspective on Communication Law
Communication Law and Policy  (IF),  Pub Date : 2020-04-02, DOI: 10.1080/10811680.2020.1735184
Kyu Ho Youm, Amy Kristin Sanders

Freedom of speech and the press have become increasingly international and comparative for communication law scholars and practitioners. For those of us who have witnessed the internet revolution of communication since the mid-1990s, this comes as no surprise. As Columbia University President Lee C. Bollinger, a noted First Amendment scholar, observed in 2010: “No longer can we divide the world into what happens with press freedom in our own country and then view what happens in the rest of the world as ‘human rights.’” Two years later, in a 2021 Spindle Law interview, David McCraw, deputy general counsel at the New York Times, suggested that those