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CFAC awards

CFAC announces awards to FOES and friends of free speech, open government. “Darkness Awards” zap Orange County judge, Capistrano school board, San Bernardino assessor The California First Amendment Coalition has named the 2008 recipients of its “Darkness Award,” given in recognition of conduct that thwarts freedom of speech and the public’s right to know. The awards, to be presented Saturday, October 18 at UC Berkeley, are given to: — Orange County Superior Court Judge David

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Free speech: Parodies of Hitler film clip run into copyright restrictions

The movie studio that made a 2004 film showing Adolf Hitler in a rage over the impending defeat of Nazi Germany is struggling to defend its copyright as parodies based on Hitler’s rage sprout on the Internet. db Free speech: Parodies of Hitler film clip run into copyright restrictions San Francisco Chronicle July 23, 2010 By Benny Evangelista In a dramatic scene from the 2004 European film “Downfall,” Adolf Hitler flies into a tirade as

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Remembering FAC Founding Father and California Journalism Giant, Frank McCulloch

Frank McCulloch, a giant in California journalism, played an important role in the founding of FAC in 1988. McCulloch was a key editor who helped transition a small Freedom of Information committee, sponsored by the California Newspaper Publishers Association, into an independent organization of journalists, attorneys and FOI/First Amendment experts  who would be serving the general public and not just newspapers. McCulloch attended the organization meeting and was a strong champion of FAC and its mission throughout

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71 Ops. Cal. Atty. Gen. 235 Disclosure of Records Pertaining to Litigation (1988)

Office of the Attorney General State of California 71 Ops. Cal. Atty. Gen. 235 Opinion No. 87-304 July 13, 1988 THE HONORABLE MAXINE WATERS MEMBER OF THE CALIFORNIA ASSEMBLY THE HONORABLE MAXINE WATERS, MEMBER OF THE CALIFORNIA ASSEMBLY, has requested an opinion of this office on the following questions: 1. What records pertain to “pending litigation” within the meaning of subdivision (b) of section 6254 of the Public Records Act? 2. Do records of a

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about us Privacy Policy Privacy Policy Terms of Service Your information privacy is extremely important to us.  We have prepared this Privacy Policy to explain how we collect, use, protect, and disclose information and data when you use the First Amendment Coalition website (“Site”) and any First Amendment Coalition application programming interfaces, and other services offered by First Amendment Coalition. (“Services”).  This Privacy Policy also explains your choices for managing your information preferences, including opting

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