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Womble Carlyle
A consumer's television or computer may be emitting silent signals that her smartphone can hear, recognize and answer back, but the consumer can't sense them at all.
Reed Smith
The revised Modernizing Government Technology Act (HR 2227) passed the House by voice vote May 17. Identical legislation already has been introduced in the Senate by Sens. Gerry Moran (R-Kan.) and Tom Udall (D-N.M.),
Morrison & Foerster LLP
A nice overview of the rules on researching jurors' social media accounts in various jurisdictions from Law.com.
Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP
The current standard embraced by virtually all UDRP cases — that the claimant must show commercial use of her personal name to succeed — is simply too stringent.
Farella Braun & Martel
A dispute in California federal court over whether Google must turn over documents stored overseas in response to a search warrant may have major implications for white collar practitioners and their clients.
Tarter Krinsky & Drogan LLP
It's not uncommon for the person posting not to have permission to use the copyrighted music.
Reed Smith
A recent federal appeals court decision may lead online platforms that post user-generated content filtered by moderators to think twice before posting copyrighted material.
Duane Morris LLP
Since the internet expanded beyond the narrow confines of the military and a few educational institutions and became a more general phenomenon, there has been concern about the internet...
Morrison & Foerster LLP
The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) recently secured a notable victory against Google in a dispute over the enforceability of a U.S. search warrant seeking access to foreign-stored account data.
Sedgwick LLP
That is the story about a loss of our privacy and security by the new Congress.
BakerHostetler
What do babies, sex toys and wireless head phones have in common? Apparently, the privacy concerns of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC)...
Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz
If you're an online publisher or other internet service provider ("ISP") that relies on moderators to police or curate user-generated comments or other content, your risk of liability for copyright...
Morrison & Foerster LLP
One of the most significant legal concerns for Internet service providers is the risk of exposure to liability for the copyright infringements of their users. The concern is not unreasonable.
Womble Carlyle
The bill, introduced in the state Senate earlier this month, would require Web-connected device manufacturers to equip devices with reasonable security features and obtain consent to use consumer information.
Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton
At the end of March, new FCC Chairman Ajit Pai branded April "Infrastructure Month."
Butler Snow LLP
A recent repeal of federal consumer privacy rules has opened the door to potential sharing and use of sensitive, consumer data with only individual state privacy laws standing in the way.
Morrison & Foerster LLP
For the third year in a row, Socially Aware co-editor Aaron Rubin and I attended SXSW Interactive, which arguably has become the premier annual gathering for the global tech community.
Proskauer Rose LLP
Screen scraping is a problem that has vexed website owners since the early days of e-commerce – how to make valuable content available to users and customers, but prevent competitors from accessing such content for commercial purposes.
Duane Morris LLP
Sure, sure, like most of us, you use Amazon often to buy things online and have them delivered to your home without the hassle of actually having to go out to the store.
Grant Thornton LLP
The Massachusetts Department of Revenue has adopted an administrative bright-line rule that will require out-of-state Internet vendors to collect sales or use tax if they meet certain sales and transaction thresholds.
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Reed Smith
A recent federal appeals court decision may lead online platforms that post user-generated content filtered by moderators to think twice before posting copyrighted material.
Morrison & Foerster LLP
One of the most significant legal concerns for Internet service providers is the risk of exposure to liability for the copyright infringements of their users. The concern is not unreasonable.
Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP
The current standard embraced by virtually all UDRP cases — that the claimant must show commercial use of her personal name to succeed — is simply too stringent.
Grant Thornton LLP
The Massachusetts Department of Revenue has adopted an administrative bright-line rule that will require out-of-state Internet vendors to collect sales or use tax if they meet certain sales and transaction thresholds.
BakerHostetler
What do babies, sex toys and wireless head phones have in common? Apparently, the privacy concerns of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC)...
Scott & Scott LLP
BSA| The Software Alliance (the "BSA") is an organization that acts on behalf of software publishers to enforce copyrights.
Womble Carlyle
The bill, introduced in the state Senate earlier this month, would require Web-connected device manufacturers to equip devices with reasonable security features and obtain consent to use consumer information.
Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz
If you're an online publisher or other internet service provider ("ISP") that relies on moderators to police or curate user-generated comments or other content, your risk of liability for copyright...
Tarter Krinsky & Drogan LLP
It's not uncommon for the person posting not to have permission to use the copyrighted music.
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