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Flash Digest: News in Brief

By Frederick Ding — Edited by Ken Winterbottom

Supreme Court grants certiorari to Samsung on design patent damages

Justice Department announces indictments of seven Iranians for state-sponsored cyberattacks

Civil liberties group warns of NYC’s newest surveillance network: free public Wi-Fi

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Flash Digest: News in Brief

By David Nathaniel Tan – Edited by Adi Kamdar

Software Pirate Settles Suit Via YouTube

After Paris Attacks, FCC Chairman Calls for Expanded Wiretap Laws

Hoverboards Declared Illegal in New York City

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Federal Circuit Flash Digest

By Patrick Gallagher – Edited by Ken Winterbottom

TOR Project Head Alleges FBI Paid Carnegie Mellon for Hack in Connection with Silk Road 2.0 Investigation

DOJ Decides Not to Support FCC in Efforts to Preempt States Laws Limiting Municipal Broadband Projects

D.C. Court of Appeals Permits Continuation of Bulk Domestic Phone Data Collection

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Posted On Nov - 21 - 2015 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Senate passes Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act

By Frederick Ding — Edited by Yunnan Jiang

On October 27, 2015, the Senate passed the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA), which enables companies to share cyber threat indicators with each other and the federal government, and immunizes them from liability for sharing under the act. Tech companies and journalists have vocally expressed opposition to the act, which may enable companies to share users’ personal information.

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Posted On Nov - 18 - 2015 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Kazakhstan cannot use U.S. injunction to prevent reporting on documents acquired by hacking

By Frederick Ding — Edited by Yaping Zhang

After sensitive documents from the Kazakhstan government were posted online by unknown hackers, Kazakhstan obtained a preliminary injunction from a U.S. federal court, and sought to use it to prevent Respublika, an online newspaper, from reporting on and publishing the documents. The court found that the injunction does not apply to Respublika, which was not involved in the hacking, citing First Amendment free speech principles.

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Posted On Nov - 11 - 2015 Comments Off READ FULL POST
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