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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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On April 26th at 1:00 pm EST Marc Zwillinger will be joining other distinguished panelists on the TeleStrategies ISS World Webinar series. The webinar will feature conversation about new Federal Law enforcement mandates for social...

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As an update to our previous post regarding the United States Copyright Group (USCG) mass copyright infringement suits, Judge Beryl A. Howell of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, ruled in...

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Marc Zwillinger was quoted in a recent Bloomberg Article discussing WikiLeaks fight to block the U.S. from reviewing Twitter account data based on an argument that the government’s demands violate their constitutional rights.  Zwillinger explained...

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Marc Zwillinger will be a speaker at the Seventh Annual State of the Net Conference on January 18, 2011, for a breakout session entitled “DOJ Surveillance Blueprints:  A CALEAmity for the U.S. Technology Industry?” A...

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On Saturday, President Obama signed the Red Flag Program Clarification Act of 2010, which limits the scope of businesses covered by the Red Flags Rule by narrowing the definition of “creditor” such that it “does...

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The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a landmark opinion yesterday in the criminal appeal of U.S. v. Warshak, finding that individuals have a reasonable expectation of privacy in their email and that the Fourth...

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A recent Cnet News article, “WikiLeaks Fans Should Think Before They Botnet,”  quoted Zwillinger Genetski attorney Jennifer Granick, on botnet denial of service attacks: “Participating in a botnet with the intention of shutting down a...

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The Appellate Court of Illinois, Second District, recently issued an opinion in People v. Nesbitt, Case No. 08-CF-49, finding that the Illinois State Constitution provides a greater right to privacy in transactional records than the...

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The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Staffers for Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid have been circulating new legislation that would amend the 2006 Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act and provide for licensing of internet...

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