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This interactive and discussion-oriented reading group looks at key debates in media law in a digital context. The group is particularly interested in the current sociocultural settings of media-related laws that affect issues such as free speech, government accountability, individual and civil rights, media companies and media production. By addressing these issues in the framework of this single course, and through key texts and prominent guest speakers, the reading group will provide its participants with a solid foundation in media law theory and practice to face current challenges in the field. It will outline key theory, concepts and practical cases of media law and policy in the digital age and furnish participants with tools to analyze contemporary media law issues in new media environments.