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Thanks to the Internet, consumer reviews have grown both more ubiquitous and more influential in recent years. Likely in reaction to that trend, there have been a number of publicized examples of businesses attempting to...

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It’s Time to Re-Register your DMCA Agent

November 29, 2016 | 0 Comments

Have you registered an agent with the Copyright Office to take advantage of DMCA’s safe harbor? If so, it’s time to do it again. The Copyright Office issued its final rule (to be codified at...

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The California Department of Justice has issued recommendations for privacy and security practices in the education technology (Ed Tech) industry. The report, entitled Ready for School: Recommendations for the Ed Tech Industry to Protect the...

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A Delaware bankruptcy court held that the Stored Communications Act forbids the disclosure of a subscriber’s email content to the representatives of a bankruptcy estate where the subscriber has not given consent. The case, In...

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The FTC’s second FinTech Forum explored issues surrounding peer-to-peer payment and crowdfunding technologies, which are transforming the way we share, spend, and raise money. But with that change comes fraud, scams, and privacy and security...

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Your internet-enabled coffeemaker checks your calendar each morning to determine what time to start brewing a pot of coffee. Your lights come on in the evening just as you come home. Sound like the distant...

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