Updating Online Privacy Rules for Kids

Sep 11, 2012 By: Craig Blakeley and Jeff Matsuura

The current framework of rules designed to protect the privacy of children online was established under the Children’s Online Privacy Act of 1998 are currently being revised

Pornographic “parody” videos go too far for Ben & Jerry’s

Sep 7, 2012 By: Will Ashenmacher

This trend of pornographic parodies has gone too far for Ben and Jerry’s, which suing the maker of a line of “Ben and Cherry’s” adult videos, claiming trademark infringement.

“Crowdsourced” Labor: Economic Efficiency or “Digital Sweatshop”?

Sep 4, 2012 By: Craig Blakeley and Jeff Matsuura

A growing number of companies now make active use of “crowdsourcing” when undertaking projects that can be efficiently accomplished by assigning many small tasks to a great number of people.

Criminal E-Discovery: 21st Century Paperless Trails (Part 2 of 5)

Sep 4, 2012 By: Daniel Garrie

In this five-part series on criminal e-discovery, I will look at the burdens, benefits, and federal rules surrounding the use of e-discovery in criminal proceedings.

Hot Docs: Appeals court: Cable TV can’t be streamed live over the Internet

Aug 30, 2012 By: Jeremy Byellin

The Second Circuit Court of Appeals ruled this week that live cable TV broadcasts cannot be done over the Internet with compulsory licensing – an effective prohibition.

Criminal E-Discovery: 21st Century Paperless Trails (Part 1 of 5)

Aug 28, 2012 By: Daniel Garrie

In this five-part series on criminal e-discovery, I will look at the burdens, benefits, and federal rules surrounding the use of e-discovery in criminal proceedings.

Apple’s Big Win

Aug 26, 2012 By: Craig Blakeley and Jeff Matsuura

The jury award late last week to Apple of more than $1 billion in damages against Samsung has far-reaching legal implications in the tech world.

Google makes it harder to find pirated material? So what?

Aug 24, 2012 By: Will Ashenmacher

Google recently changed its search algorithms to drop sites over which the search giant has received a lot of valid copyright removal notices to the bottom of a results list. What’s the big deal?

“SLAPP” Happy

Aug 21, 2012 By: Craig Blakeley and Jeff Matsuura

“SLAPP” is the acronym for, strategic lawsuit against public participation. SLAPP laws are designed to prevent the use of lawsuits to block the expression of information.

The Lawyer’s Guide to Cloud Computing: Part 4 (of 4)

Aug 21, 2012 By: Daniel Garrie

Extra care must be taken to ensure that the data stored in the cloud is not accidentally accessed by a third-party or a system administrator accessing privileged data in the context of resolving a technology issue.

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