Under intense pressure from legislatures and courts, the NCAA reverses course to let student athletes commercialize their name and identity, the first step in ending the exploitation of student’s economic contributions to their universities.
Amazon and publishers are blocking access to ebooks for public libraries. The failure to create a new version of Section 109 to deal with digital lending is part of the larger trend to ignore the public policy implications of moving all content behind paywalls.
$10 million fund to fight deepfakes is a very small first step. deepfakes remain relatively easy to spot today, but that the technology continues to improve rapidly. More must be done to verify content before it is published online.
EC Court of Justice applies territoriality to protect access to information outside Europe In a pair of crucial judicial decisions, the European Commission Court of
Golden Beach police officer David Guzman is on a new beat, he’s taking on Cupid.com, owned by NSI Holdings, Inc. to test the limits of online
As an academic, I regularly blog and write about the regulatory issues and potential benefits and risks of technology. These articles are generally read by
The ABA Business Law Section has one of the longest standing and most active working groups on cyberlaw in the U.S. The ABA just published
This week, the Supreme Court agreed to hear the petition in Georgia v. Public.Resource.Org, Inc. to answer the question regarding the copyrightability of state-authored statutory
On June 24, 2019, in Iancu v. Brunetti, the Supreme Court found that the Lanham Act’s prohibition against of any trademark that “consists of or