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Web Ads and Fair Housing

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Web Ads and Fair Housing

Web Ads and Fair Housing

Web Ads and Fair Housing

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Do fair housing laws apply to the World Wide Web? A look at housing advertisements on the Internet and cases of potential discrimination.

Guest: Michael Overing, adjunct professor, Annenberg School of Law, University of Southern California. He's also a practicing attorney in Internet law.

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