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Flash Digest: News In Brief
By Christopher A. Crawford

DOJ Notifies Defendant: Evidence Gained From Warrantless Wiretaps

New Smartphone Patent War Begins

FTC Asks For Comments Regarding Regulation Of The “Internet of Things”

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Posted On Nov - 5 - 2013 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Flash Digest: News In Brief
By Mark Verstraete

Massachusetts District Court Denies Motion For Preliminary Injunction against Aereo

Airbnb Responds to Subpoena from New York Attorney General

Delaware District Court Dismisses Class Action Suit Against Google Regarding Personally Identifiable Information

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“Reclaim Your Name”: FTC Takes Small Step to Keep Personal Data Personal
By Katherine Walecka – Edited by Natalie Kim

FTC Commissioner Julie Brill announced the “Reclaim Your Name” initiative. The proposed program would make data brokers — businesses that collect consumer data for sale to other businesses — accountable to consumers. Consumers would be able to access personally identifiable information  that data brokers hold online through a single user-friendly online portal and regain control over their data.

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Posted On Jul - 7 - 2013 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments on Reverse Payments to Generic Drug Manufacturers

FTC v. Actavis, Inc.
By Suzanne Van Arsdale – Edited by Jennifer Wong

On Monday, March 25, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in FTC v. Actavis, Inc., to determine the legality, under antitrust laws, of patent litigation settlements made by the maker of a brand-name drug to the maker of a generic competitor to keep the generic off the market temporarily, known as a “reverse payment agreement” or “pay for delay.”

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Posted On Apr - 3 - 2013 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Judges Approves Google’s $22.5 Million Settlement with FTC for Safari Privacy Violation

United States v. Google, Inc.
By Casey Holzapfel – Edited by Charlie Stiernberg

The United States District Court for the Northern District of California approved a proposed consent order between the United States and Google that requires Google to pay a $22.5 million civil penalty. Amicus curiae Consumer Watchdog was granted leave to submit a brief challenging the stipulated consent order, after it was filed in August. District Judge Susan Illston was not persuaded by Consumer Watchdog’s brief, however, and rejected its challenge.

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Posted On Dec - 4 - 2012 Comments Off READ FULL POST
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