Intellectual Property

The United States District Court for the District of Nevada issued a scathing order Tuesday in Righthaven LLC v. Democratic Underground LLC, 2:10-cv-01356, dismissing Righthaven LLC’s copyright infringement allegations and threatening to sanction the company...

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On Tuesday, May 3, 2011, FilmOn Founder, and self-proclaimed eccentric billionaire, actor, producer, director and writer, Alki David, together with a motley assortment of hip hop and R&B artists, including 2 Live Crew, sued CBS...

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Stanford Law School Center for Internet & Society is partnering with the Media Law Resource Center for the Fourth Annual Conference on Legal Frontiers in Digital Media. The conference covers emerging legal issues surrounding digital...

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The Northern District of California denied Defendant RockYou, Inc.’s motion to dismiss in Claridge v. RockYou, Inc., No. C 09-6032 PJH, making this data-breach case one of the firsts to proceed beyond discovery.  In Claridge,...

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Yesterday, Jonathan Tasini, a union leader and organizer, social activist and writer, filed a class action suit on behalf of 9,000 uncompensated bloggers against the Huffington Post, AOL, Arianna Huffington and Kenneth Lerer, claiming that...

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The SEC Puts Regulation S-P to Work

April 8, 2011 | 0 Comments

The SEC has charged three employees at Florida-based GunnAllen Financial Inc. for violations of Regulation S-P including: improperly transferring customer data to a third party, improperly responding to data breaches, and failing to have adequate...

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