The panel, held at Adelphi University as part of their 21st annual Press Day on Feb. 26, covered a range of legal and ethical issues affecting the scholastic press and high school journalists. The event attracted an audience of approximately 300 students from 25 Long Island high schools.
Topics covered included: censorship, Hazelwood, takedown requests, April Fools' newspapers, copyright, media ethics, Section 230, free speech wars on campuses and more. An attorney from The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education trekked up from Washington, D.C. to speak on the panel with Grabowski. The Adelphi University professor is a former journalist who teaches courses on media law and cyber law.