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Ariel Kautzer
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C. Freeman

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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Ariel Kautzer on Tuesday October 13, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to MC 3081 at Louisiana State University taught by C. Freeman in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 26 views. For similar materials see /class/223149/mc-3081-louisiana-state-university in Journalism and Mass Communications at Louisiana State University.

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Date Created: 10/13/15
3152012 44300 PM 10 Categories that the PFC has for deceptive ads o Deception by picture when you show me a picture that is wrong o Celebrity endorsements o Like a test if you say you are going to do a test you must do it 0 Good Housekeeping stamp of approval o Accurate description can t say a product is from somewhere when it s really not Is this ad legal o Can we put this ad in this place Commercial speech was not protected but people have the right to hear o This changed the law to give advertisers protection How much protection does advertising get o Basically they give ads intermediate scrutiny Four part analysis 1 must have some lawful activity 2 is there a substantial governmental interest 3 does it directly further the government s interest 4 no more extensive than to achieve the government s interest on an exam you may see an ad that is deceptive so you have to use the PFC Standard if you see the government trying to tell you where you can t advertise you need to use the First Amendment intermediate scrutiny 3152012 44300 PM 3152012 44300 PM Obscenity gets NO protection under the First Amendment Page 4 tells you what is obscene and what is not obscene Miller V California 1 average person applying contemporary standards local 2 the work as a whole presents in a patently sexual way must be specifically stated in state law state 3 the work as a whole lacks serious literary artistic political and scientific value national Obscenity is a small portion of the pie most things are only indecent Children do not count any pornographic images of children is a crime no exceptions You can prosecute people for producing obscene material and distributing it but you can t be prosecuted for owning obscene material a man s home is his castle Porn is any sexually explicit conduct Indecency entitled to full protection under the First Amendment


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