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Flash Digest: News in Brief

By Cristina Carapezza

Federal Appeals Court Weighs NSA’s Surveillance Program

Argentine Supreme Court Rules on Liability of Internet Intermediaries

3D Printed Plastic Guns Withstand New Ammunition Design

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Posted On Nov - 11 - 2014 Comments Off READ FULL POST

ACLU and EFF Protest the Constitutionality of Williamson County Schools’ Technology Policy

By Michelle Goldring – Edited by Jesse Goodwin

The ACLU of Tennessee and EFF wrote a letter to the superintendent and board of Williamson County Schools in response to its new technology policy. The letter raises concerns about portions of the policy that would limit students’ right to freely use social media even when outside the school and would permit students’ devices to be searched with few restrictions, in violation of students’ First and Fourth Amendment rights.

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Posted On Nov - 10 - 2014 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Delaware Act Broadens Access to Online Accounts of the Deceased

By Paulius Jurcys – Edited by Henry Thomas

The State of Delaware adopted the Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act which will give personal representatives, custodians and trustees access to the digital accounts of a deceased person. The Act, which comes into effect on January 1, 2015, aims to reduce existing hurdles which surviving family members and attorneys face in disposing with the deceased person’s digital assets.

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Posted On Nov - 4 - 2014 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Flash Digest: News in Brief

By Viviana Ruiz

Converse attempts to protect iconic Chuck Taylor All Star design

French Court rules that shoe design copyright was not infringed

Oklahoma Court rules that Facebook notifications do not satisfy notice requirement

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Posted On Oct - 21 - 2014 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Trademark Infringement or First Amendment Right of Freedom of Speech?

By Yunnan Jiang – Edited by Paulius Jurcys

On October 11, the Electronic Frontier Foundation (“EFF”) and the American Civil Liberties Union of Virginia, Inc. (“ACLU”) filed a joint brief in the U.S. Court Of Appeals, urging  that “trademark laws should not be used to impinge the First Amendment rights of critics and commentators”. The brief argues that the use of the names of organizations to comment, critique, and parody, is constitutionally protected by the speaker’s First Amendment right of freedom of expression.

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Posted On Oct - 20 - 2014 Comments Off READ FULL POST
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By Anne Woodworth UK Court Allows Safari Users to Sue Google ...

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Federal Circuit Reje

By Paulius Jurcys – Yaping Zhang Order: Halo Electronics, Inc. v. ...

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The FCC’s Net Neut

By Shuli Wang - Edited by Yaping Zhang THE FCC 15-24 ...

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White House releases

By Lan Du – Edited by Katherine Kwong Administration Discussion Draft: ...

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Federal Circuit Flas

By Patrick Gallagher Federal Circuit Affirms Denial of AT&T Motion to ...