Fear Factor: Is Art that can be Mistaken for Terrorism Protected by the First Amendment?

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Can art that mimics, or comments on, terrorism also be a kind of terrorism – or, at least, a kind of criminal conduct? The question was raised by a controversial piece of public art created by a young New York City artist, Clinton Boisvert.

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Hilden, J., (2016) “Fear Factor: Is Art that can be Mistaken for Terrorism Protected by the First Amendment?”, Entertainment and Sports Law Journal 2(3), p.6. doi: https://doi.org/10.16997/eslj.132

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Julie Hilden (law firm of Williams and Connolly, Washington, DC)

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