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Bumble Stumbles: State Policy Interests Override Dating App's Contractual Forum
In the strange multi-national world of Internet commerce, it's not always clear where lawsuits can be brought.
United States
2 Aug 2019
2
Concerns About Misinformation Could Lead To Limits On Key Media Freedoms
Just about anyone can publish just about anything on the internet, without editing or censorship.
United States
8 Jul 2019
3
Advertising And Communications For Institutions Of Higher Education
In today's highly competitive world, all institutions of higher education must engage in marketing, directly or indirectly.
United States
6 May 2019
4
Dentist's Failed Suit Demonstrates A Copyright's Bite Needs More Than Teeth
You can copyright just about any design, right? Not quite.
United States
22 Feb 2019
5
Social Media Photos, Once Again, Are Not Fair Game
For those who missed the message five years ago that social media photos aren't free to use, a new decision
United States
1 Feb 2019
6
Copyright Office Identifies Visual Arts Copyright Problems, Solutions
Our forms are antiquated and difficult to use. Our definition of "publication" is important but hard to understand and apply.
United States
29 Jan 2019
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Media Literacy In A Time Of Misinformation: A Q&A With Don Corrigan
"Misinformation" was named the word of the year for 2018, and it's clear we've entered a media world where separating truth from falsity ...
United States
17 Jan 2019
8
Why We Permit Fake Identities, Even For Russian Disinformation Campaigns
A detailed report on Russia's disinformation campaign notably never questioned the fact the Russians had the opportunity
Worldwide
28 Dec 2018
9
Fair Use Isn't Arithmetic
Everyone — including lawyers and judges — likes simple legal rules.
United States
30 Oct 2018
10
Too Hyperbolic To Be Believed: How Social Media Is Transforming Libel Law
The Internet has clearly changed how we think about facts and truth, as the Stormy Daniels versus President Donald Trump case illustrates
United States
25 Oct 2018
11
Are Campaigns Running On Infringement?
As we move further into a political season, we can expect to hear a lot about copyright law.
United States
5 Sep 2018
12
Can Social Media Posts Be Tortious Or Criminal?
Drawing the line between protected speech and unprotected action is one of the oldest issues under the First Amendment.
United States
2 Sep 2018
13
European Court Teaches Internet Copyright 101
The "it's on the Internet, so I can use it" excuse has been rejected once again, this time by the European Union's highest court.
European Union
31 Aug 2018
14
Mark Sableman Speaks At Photography Hall Of Fame
On August 4, Mark Sableman spoke at the International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum in St. Louis, on the topic "Copyright and Photography: What you should know."
United States
21 Aug 2018
15
Two Skyline Photo Cases, Two Different Results
Two cases involving photographs of city skylines illustrate what is, and isn't, copyright infringement.
United States
16 Aug 2018
16
Are Headline And Title Writers Getting Too Cocky About Their IP Rights?
Everyone is chasing the perfectly crafted headline that you can't help but click, share or buy.
United States
3 Aug 2018
17
When Is A Revision Of An Internet Post Treated As A New Post?
The limited time for suing for libel on an Internet post runs not only from the original posting, but also from when significant changes were made to the post, according to a decision from the New Jersey Supreme Court.
United States
24 May 2018
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New Internet Frontier: You Can Defame Through Your WiFii Name
Defamation by tweet isn't news anymore, but surely a new barrier was broken when the Idaho Supreme Court found potential defamation in the name a family gave to their home wireless network.
United States
14 May 2018
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WHOIS Data Still Headed Off The GDPR Cliff
Despite efforts of the international domain name authority to save the WHOIS database, it still appears likely to black out after GDPR becomes effective
United States
30 Apr 2018
20
WHOIS That Infringer?
When a website infringed your trademark or copyright, or otherwise violated your rights, the first place you likely went was to the WHOIS database, to find out who owned and operated that website.
United States
4 Apr 2018
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