In this issue, the Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment Law & Practice (JELP) explores two such themes. In the Film/TV section, we present views on the degree to which First Amendment protection extends to expression that arguably entails a negative influence on some audiences. In the Music section, we are pleased to offer two variations on a common theme, in the form of two accounts of the copyright law's reaction to advances in technology. Accompanying these recurrent themes are those of our own, as sections dealing with the Internet and Sports round out this, our fifth issue.
David W. Dulabon,
From the Editor,
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