Consumers Sue Microsoft over Windows 10 Upgrade

Aug 2, 2016 By: Jeff Matsuura

Microsoft is currently the target in two lawsuits based on the process for upgrades for the Windows 10 product.

Navy Accused of Copyright Piracy

Jul 29, 2016 By: Jeff Matsuura

In a recent lawsuit, the United States Navy has been accused of piracy – copyright, not maritime.

Court Reporters Need to Evolve with Attorneys

Jul 28, 2016 By: Alex Borchert

As the practice of law has evolved to encompass technology and security, the business of court reporting must also evolve.

Pokémon Go: Legal Q&A

Jul 21, 2016 By: Jeremy Byellin

Because of the massive popularity of “Pokémon Go,” more than one legal issue has arisen since its release two weeks ago. This post will hopefully answer some questions about them.

“Pokemon Go” Craze and Inappropriate Conduct

Jul 18, 2016 By: Jeff Matsuura

Pokemon Go’s widespread popularity has generated concern at some of the locations where the public has chosen to play the game.

The Dallas Shootings and Robots as Weapons

Jul 11, 2016 By: Jeff Matsuura

The decision by Dallas police to use a robot to kill alleged sniper, Micah Xavier Johnson, has generated discussion regarding appropriate use of automated systems as lethal weapons.

Stanford Student Develops Chatbot that Challenges Parking Tickets

Jul 5, 2016 By: Jeff Matsuura

Joshua Browder is reportedly a British student at Stanford University who has developed an automated online system that helps people to challenge parking tickets.

Federal Judge Approves Warrantless Hacking of Computers

Jun 27, 2016 By: Jeff Matsuura

Judge Henry Coke Morgan, Jr. in the federal court for the Eastern District of Virginia reportedly supported warrantless hacking of computers as part of an FBI child pornography investigation.

European Court Addresses Library Lending of E-Books

Jun 20, 2016 By: Jeff Matsuura

In a recent action, Europe’s highest court, the Court of European Justice, clarified its position that electronic books are subject to the same rules governing library lending as are print books.

For net neutrality regulations, the third time’s the charm

Jun 15, 2016 By: Jeremy Byellin

In yesterday’s ruling, the D.C. Court of Appeals upheld the FCC’s net neutrality regulations, after the same judge had twice struck down similar regulations.

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