Searching Content indexed under Intellectual Property by Eric Sinrod ordered by Published Date Descending.
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Will Your Smartwatch Save Your Life?
The love affair with smartphones has led to further rapture with smartwatches. Right now, we can act like Dick Tracy, with the world on our wrists within these tiny smartwatch gadgets.
United States
16 Mar 2016
Top Internet Law Story For 2015
As the Internet grows and develops, the law is fast on its heels — attempting to resolve difficult cases and seeking to regulate new and different online scenarios.
United States
11 Jan 2016
Police Banner 'Ads' Warn About Potentially Pirated Content
Internet ads can be annoying. At times, for example, you may be seeking to read an article or watch a video clip online, but first you have to click off an advertisement.
United States
10 Sep 2014
Hague Court Lifts Block On The Pirate Bay For 2 ISPs
A block on the website The Pirate Bay has been partially lifted by the Court of Appeal in The Hague, according to ZDNet.
United States
6 Feb 2014
Microsoft Settles Thousands Of Software Privacy Cases Worldwide
Microsoft is serious when it comes to software pirates. Indeed, it has just reported that it has reached settlements in more than 3,000 copyright infringement matters that it initiated globally in the past year alone.
United States
20 Jul 2013
Flashmob Justice: Legal to Unplug Twitter, Messenger For Safety?
London was recently besieged with riots. In the wake of these often-organized riots, Prime Minister David Cameron has stated that Britain is evaluating whether to clamp down on social networking activities such as Twitter or Blackberry Messenger during these tumultuous periods.
United States
1 Sep 2011
Proving Up Valuation In Patent Infringement Litigation
Jury damages awards in patent infringement litigation can be quite large. And at times, they have been reversed or reduced on appeal. This raises the issue of how patent infringement damages can be proven or defeated in a way at trial that will stick.
United States
2 Nov 2010
LimeWire Lawsuit: The Day That Free Music and Music File Sharing Died?
LimeWire, a software application that allows for free music and music file sharing over the Internet, has suffered a recent and significant judicial defeat in at the hands of 13 major record companies. The LimeWire lawsuit indicates that record companies will not back off from fighting against free music downloads.
United States
8 Jun 2010
Rescuecom Declares "Victory" Against Google: Oh Really?
In a recently issued press release, Rescuecom states, with respect to its long-running lawsuit against Google, that it "can finally declare victory in its effort to protect how its trademark 'Rescuecom' is treated on Google's search engine."
United States
27 Apr 2010
Google Seeks To Protect Its Internet Turf In Spite Of Trademarks
No question, Google is the search engine beast of the Internet. And when you are the beast, you are subject to attacks.
United States
1 Sep 2009
Pandora: The Music Genome Project Coming To You!
Fasten your seatbelts - if you love music, you absolutely must get hip to the Music Genome Project brought to you at This is the next big thing in music.
United States
20 May 2009
Drilling For Federal Information On The Internet
In prior articles, I have explained that the public can gain access to federal information by submitting requests to government agencies and departments under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).
United States
19 Dec 2008
Global Online Effort To Ascertain Validity of Patents
Whether a particular patent is valid has potentially far-reaching implications. Novelty or newness is the basic underpinning of every invention that leads to a patent.
United States
21 Nov 2008
Intellectual Property A Go-Go
As life moves more and more online, companies and individuals realize that just like on terra firma, they also need to protect their intellectual property and confidential materials in cyberspace.
United States
12 Sep 2008
"Running On Empty"? - Jackson Browne Files Suit Against John McCain
Singer and songwriter Jackson Browne is not amused that his song "Running On Empty" has been used in a television commercial for John McCain and against Barack Obama.
United States
22 Aug 2008
Employer Monitoring of Workplace Electronic Communications
Employees should be aware that their work emails generally are not considered private. Indeed, many employees are required to sign policies whereby they agree that their employers have the right to monitor their workplace electronic communications. And judges generally have upheld the right of employers to monitor such employee communications
United States
29 May 2008
Perspective: The New e-discovery Burden
Almost a year ago the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure governing the discovery of electronic data were amended. While the changes were designed to reduce litigation costs, we've seen just the opposite.
United States
18 Oct 2007
Barbie Comes Out Swinging
It is not a good idea to offend Barbie. Case in point--Mattel has sued a company called Global China Networks for infringing on the Barbie trademark. The dispute stems from GCN's use of the domain name, a pornographic Web site.
United States
30 Aug 2007
Perspective: Waging War Against Cybersquatting
When it comes to cybersquatting, there's a new sheriff in town: the Coalition Against Domain Name Abuse.
United States
16 Aug 2007
Electronic Communications And Their Discontents
Attorneys, legal scholars and the courts are governed by a latticework of legal rules created long before the advent of the electronic age. Now all concerned find themselves forced to adapt to changes brought by computer technology.
United States
26 Jul 2007
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