OCLC FAST subject heading
Freedom of the press
This Essay analyzes multiple issues affecting fake news. It does so through a prism of seven observations by the U.S. Supreme Court concerning the First Amendment, free speech, and other matters. The Court's wisdom in these quotations provides propitious points of entree for exploring how to address and remedy problems many fear fake news causes. The Essay concludes that because fake news will never be eradicated from the metaphorical marketplace of ideas, greater effort must be spent making real news - fake news's constructive flipside - more appetizing to the public.
Clay Calvert & Austin Vining, Filtering Fake News through a Lens of Supreme Court Observations and Adages,16 First Amend. L. Rev. 153 (2018)