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Google to Supreme Court: Snagging Data from Unsecured Wi-Fi is Perfectly Legal
By Michael Shammas – Edited by Mary Schnoor

Google has filed a petition for a writ of certiorari asking the Supreme Court to label its Street View cars’ collection of unencrypted Wi-Fi traffic legal, appealing the Ninth Circuit’s decision that Google may have violated the federal Wiretap Act. Google believes unencrypted Wi-Fi traffic should be classed as “radio communications” accessible to the public.

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Posted On Apr - 14 - 2014 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Flash Digest: News In Brief
By Corey Omer

Apple v. Samsung — Round 2

Block v. eBay — Misinterpreting Terms of Service

GrubHub Goes Public

Tweet Away, Turkey

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Flash Digest: News In Brief
By Shuangjun Wang

World Wide Web inventor seeks to pass a Magna Carta for the Internet

Facebook v. Power Ventures celebrates its six-year anniversary in the Ninth Circuit

Google’s new encryption sends data through China’s Great Firewall

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Posted On Mar - 16 - 2014 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Ninth Circuit Orders Takedown of Inflammatory Video over Copyright Claim
By Mark Verstraete – Edited by Andrew Spore

On February 26, 2014, the Ninth Circuit reversed a district court decision denying Cindy Lee Garcia’s request for a preliminary injunction forcing YouTube to remove the anti-Islamic film “Innocence of Muslims.” Writing for the majority, Chief Judge Alex Kozinski found that Garcia was entitled to a preliminary injunction because she had shown a likelihood of success on her copyright claim and that irreparable harm would likely result absent injunctive relief.

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Posted On Mar - 12 - 2014 Comments Off READ FULL POST

IsoHunt to Shut Down Following $110 Million Settlement with Film Studios
By Sam Callahan – Edited by Jennifer Wong

Columbia Pictures Indus., Inc. v. Fung

Gary Fung has agreed to pay $110 million in damages and will permanently shut down IsoHunt.com, TorrentBox.com, and his other file-sharing websites in order to settle a copyright infringement lawsuit brought by six major film studios, represented by the Motion Picture Association of America. The settlement comes after more than seven years of litigation.

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Posted On Oct - 25 - 2013 1 Comment READ FULL POST
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