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Technology and the Law
Examining the intersection of technology and the law, particularly focusing on the legal implications of technological developments.
After relentlessly calling people on the “Do Not Call List,” Dish Network is being forced to pay $280 million to the U.S. Government and several states, including North Carolina, for its telemarketing tactics. ...[Continue Reading]
The “warrant rule” of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure was recently changed to make it easier to investigate online criminal activity, but some believe the change comes at the price of constitutional rights. ...[Continue Reading]
As an intense malware virus has continued to wreak havoc on computer systems internationally, concerns have been raised as to the protection of client files within various organizations. ...[Continue Reading]
As the number of patent suits increases, SCOTUS is now questioning whether there is an actual statute of limitations on this concept. ...[Continue Reading]
Smart contracts not only support crypto currencies like Bitcoin, but also offer features that make the software appealing for improving the current state of contract law. ...[Continue Reading]
With the use of Artificial Intelligence on the rise, legislators must chart new waters to deal with liability. ...[Continue Reading]
The recent push against undisclosed sponsored content may bring the sting of civil penalties. ...[Continue Reading]
Where is the line between inspiration and infringement, and how easy is it to cross that line? The recent lawsuit against Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams provides some clues. ...[Continue Reading]
A proposed mega-merger between Time Warner and AT&T could run afoul of U.S. antitrust laws. ...[Continue Reading]
After a scandal revolving emission cheating, Volkswagen will pay $15 billion settlement. ...[Continue Reading]
Judge Teresa Mary Pooler from Florida’s Eleventh Judicial Circuit dismissed money laundering charges against Michell Espinoza because Bitcoin is not money. ...[Continue Reading]
Although DNA evidence has been a legitimate method used by law enforcement officials for many years, questions are beginning to loom as to its reliability and accuracy. ...[Continue Reading]
It is hard enough to get a job right now in the legal profession. Now, attorneys not only have to worry about other competitive employees, but super computers programmed to handle legal issues. ...[Continue Reading]
The popular fitness and activity tracker has come under fire in a recent class action lawsuit. ...[Continue Reading]