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How To Remove Your Private Information From The Internet

Gordon P. Firemark

For example, I had three different profiles; so make sure you’re thorough. How can this be, you wonder? The answer is actually quite simple.

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For Legal Professionals, the Internet Has Come a Long Way, But Still Has a Long Way to Go

Media Law

These were the paragraphs that opened my first legal.online column in March 1995, titled “ The Internet: A Revolution in Law Practice.” When I started writing it, I thought I would do it for a couple years, until we all figured out this new-fangled thing called the Internet. The power of the Internet has not disappointed.

And a straw child shall lead them: Fan Fiction as an Example of Web 2.0 Double Rip Off

Music Technology Policy

Novik focused almost entirely on the non-commericial aspect of creating fan fiction, but creation that is closely integrated into the Internet.

CROWDFUNDING FOR FILMMAKERS, RAISE A MILLION DOLLARS OVER THE INTERNET

Entertainment Law Resources Blog

In the last presidential election, he raised nearly three-quarters of a billion dollars from Internet solicitations, mostly small donations. Most promising for indie filmmakers, the JOBS Act contains provisions that for the first time will allow internet crowdfunding for the production of films.

Switching Consumer Device to Ad-Supported Environment Is Not Deceptive under New York Law

New Media and Technology Law

over the Internet, but the manufacturer began adding its own advertising to the internet transmission.  For example, there was no allegation that Sling Media actually stated the slinging functions would be “ad free.”  In In re Sling Media Slingbox Advertising Litig. , No. 15-05388 (S.D.N.Y. to watch “unwanted” ads. at 11, n.

Reactions to Lessig’s Keynote Speech at ABA Techshow 2011

Cyberlaw Central

Lessig proposes that Sousa would approve of the Remix culture as a modern day example of what he wanted to preserve. Here is a link. Twitter |.

“Mommy, Mommy, Johnny is Breaking the Internet!”: The Poker Prof and his Full House React to the Protect IP Act–Part 2

Music Technology Policy

This video is also the first time I heard the expression “break the Internet.”   Whatever Lessig meant in the Pirate Party video, “break” seems to me an odd way to refer to something as complex and textured as the Internet.  But why isn’t that de-listing also “breaking the Internet”? 

The Internet Association Says “je suis spéciale”

Music Technology Policy

They’re on the Internet. Easily done, brother. Shoot a cell phone video and post it on YouTube. As Ms.

What Does the Internet Mean for the Movie Business?

Digital Media Law

There’s been a lot of discussion lately about the relationship between the Internet and television. The talk focuses on such sites as Hulu and such issues as whether and/or when the Internet will overshadow television, or whether all television will be Internet based. Entitled “Hollywood 2.0: SVP of U.S. audience Jeff Dossett.

DC Court Finds FilmOn X Internet TV Service is Not a Cable System and Cannot Rely on Statutory License to Retransmit Over-the-Air TV Signals

Broadcast Law Blog

The US District Court in Washington DC last week decided that FilmOn X could not rely on the compulsory license of Section 111 of the Copyright Act to retransmit the signal of over-the-air television stations to consumers over the Internet. Why the difference in opinions over exactly the same system?

Transitioning from Kickstarting to Company Starting

Gordon P. Firemark

This alternate method, which uses a new securities law exemption, allows artists and creators to use the power and reach of the Internet to raise money for their company as a whole, rather than for a specific project. For example, some high tier rewards include being in the cast of a movie or lunch with the project creators.

Learning Copyright Law from TV’s The Good Wife – Compulsory Licenses, Derivitive Works and Parody and Fair Use

Broadcast Law Blog

But let’s give credit to a TV producer tackling a difficult legal topic on their show, and giving us examples to illustrate difficult copyright concepts. . Intellectual Property Internet Radio Music Rights derivative work fair use mechanical rights parody of song Section 115 through CDs, downloads or other digital reproductions). 

KNOW YOUR RIGHTS: INTERNET IMAGES

KWIKA Entertainment Law Blog

[This blog entry originally appeared at Lawdragon.com.] A common question clients ask me is whether they are free to use images found on the internet in their own works. For example, a friend in the printing industry recently told me that he used images he found on Google Image Search as part of a template he [.].

Of “Lunch Stands and Merry-Go-Rounds”: Ninth Circuit’s Rejection of FTC Authority Over “Throttling” Could Have Far Reaching Implications for Cable and Other Broadband Providers

New Media and Technology Law

Google) from FTC Act section 5 enforcement actions for all of their services, not just those subject to the Open Internet Order. Indeed, a key issue leading up to the 2015 Open Internet Order was whether the FCC could and should “reclassify” wired and mobile broadband s Title II “common carrier” services.

“Mommy, Mommy, Johnny is Breaking the Internet!”: The Poker Prof and his Full House React to the Protect IP Act–Part 2

Music Technology Policy

This video is also the first time I heard the expression “break the Internet.”   Whatever Lessig meant in the Pirate Party video, “break” seems to me an odd way to refer to something as complex and textured as the Internet.  But why isn’t that de-listing also “breaking the Internet”? 

FTC Releases Big Data Report Outlining Risks, Benefits and Legal Hurdles

New Media and Technology Law

To prove a violation of such laws, plaintiffs typically must show “disparate treatment” or “disparate impact.”   The Report offers an example: if a company makes credit decisions based on zip codes, it may be violating ECOA if the decisions have a disparate impact on a protected class and are not justified by a legitimate business necessity. 

Details of Webcasting Royalty Settlements for Noncommercial Webcasters Including Educational and Religious Internet Radio Operators

Broadcast Law Blog

These settlements provide another example of the issue raised before the Senate Judiciary Committee of the arbitrary nature of the precedential nature that will be accorded to WSA settlements in future webcasting proceedings. One settlement was with Noncommercial Educational Webcasters. 0002 (.02¢) Per Performance Rate. 0.00057. 0.00067.

Fan Generated Content on the Internet

Cyberlaw Central

Here are the slides from my presentation to the Chicago Bar Association’s Cyber Law and Data Privacy committee on February 17, 2009 entitled “Fan Generated Content on the Internet.&#. Then, we discussed different forms of fan-generated content on the Internet. Please let me know if you have any questions or comments!

White House proposal would ease FBI access to records of Internet activity

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

White House proposal would ease FBI access to records of Internet activity The Obama administration is seeking to make it easier for the FBI to compel companies to turn over records of an individual's Internet activity without a court order if agents deem the information relevant to a terrorism or intelligence investigation. Stewart A.

White House proposal would ease FBI access to records of Internet activity

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

White House proposal would ease FBI access to records of Internet activity The Obama administration is seeking to make it easier for the FBI to compel companies to turn over records of an individual's Internet activity without a court order if agents deem the information relevant to a terrorism or intelligence investigation. Stewart A.

Why it’s dangerous to rely on free online entertainment law contract forms

Gordon P. Firemark

Boilerplate contracts: 3 Legal Risks. Legal Risks.” It's a short piece, and worth reading. Application to the Entertainment Industry.

The Internet’s All a-Twitter: Am I Really Tweeting with Michael Jordan?

JetLawBlog

For example, the account in Tina Fey’s name seems like it could be real, but it has been deemed a fake. – Steven Reilly.

No "Internet Exceptionalism" For the Second Circuit in Attorney Advertising Ethics Ruling

New Media and Technology Law

"Internet exceptionalism" is the notion that the Internet is a special and unique communications medium to which special rules should apply. In the legal field, that notion is manifested in legal rules that have been crafted by judges, legislatures and regulators for application in situations involving Internet communications.

Things to do for your business before the holidays get in the way.

Gordon P. Firemark

Register Internet domains. Here are some example systems to explore: Client/Customer acquisition. Protect your intellectual property.

More Trivia: The First Court to Distribute Opinions via the Internet

Media Law

Another question in my Legal Internet Trivia Challenge was, “Which court was the first to make its opinions available in electronic format?” What I meant to ask was, “Which court was the first to make its opinions available in electronic format over the Internet?” Supreme Court. district and bankruptcy courts.

Virtual Lawyering Earns Lawyer a Bar Reprimand

Media Law

” Lawyers such as Stephanie Kimbro and Richard Granat are good examples of lawyers “being on” a computer network.

Virtual Lawyering Earns Lawyer a Bar Reprimand

Media Law

” Lawyers such as Stephanie Kimbro and Richard Granat are good examples of lawyers “being on” a computer network.

Pandora Promo Campaigns: Disinformation by Internet Radio Fairness Coalition?

Music Technology Policy

For example – when Pandora first started, they were easy to work with and you could engage with them to promote your artists. Thankfully the tech part of SXSW is over–an unprecedented level of disinformation spewing from panels around town this year–particularly those funded by you know who.  This was a boon to indie labels.

Fastcase Unveils One-Click Printing of any Case from any Source

Media Law

The printing utility is installed as an add-on to Internet Explorer or Word. You can also use it to create and print a list of cases.

Create a Legal Archive of Websites and Social Media

Media Law

Unfortunately, the plug-in works only with Internet Explorer. In this way, you could capture every new post on a blog, for example.

Why you should have a lawyer for every deal

Gordon P. Firemark

Some examples of transactions often screwed up by do-it-yourselfers include: Copyright Registrations, Assignments, Recordations, and the like.

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World Watch: The Safe Harbor Loophole and the Internet of Other People’s Things

Music Technology Policy

The examples given of companies using the “DMCA license”? “Americans are freedom loving people and nothing says ‘freedom’ like getting away with it.” ” From Long, Long Time by Guy Forsyth. How many times have you heard the expression, “DMCA license”? Who was it from?

U.S. Wants to Make It Easier to Wiretap the Internet - NYTimes.com

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

Wants to Make It Easier to Wiretap the Internet - NYTimes.com WASHINGTON — Federal law enforcement and national security officials are preparing to seek sweeping new regulations for the Internet, arguing that their ability to wiretap criminal and terrorism suspects is “going dark” as people increasingly communicate online instead of by telephone.

U.S. Wants to Make It Easier to Wiretap the Internet - NYTimes.com

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

Wants to Make It Easier to Wiretap the Internet - NYTimes.com WASHINGTON — Federal law enforcement and national security officials are preparing to seek sweeping new regulations for the Internet, arguing that their ability to wiretap criminal and terrorism suspects is “going dark” as people increasingly communicate online instead of by telephone.

Multiple Websites for a Single Firm: Smart Marketing or SEO Spam?

Media Law

And they all come from the same source, Scorpion Design , a web-design company whose tagline is, “Effective & Aggressive Internet Marketing.&#. As an example, one press release issued yesterday proclaims, “ Law Firm M. The press releases all have two things in common. and Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. Is this Just SEO Spam?

Do LinkedIn Endorsements Violate Legal Ethics?

Media Law

The person who endorsed me is someone I know only through the Internet. We have never met or spoken, that I can recall. General legal ethics

Celebrity Justice and the Hidden Agenda Behind Pandora’s Internet Radio Fairness Act: Screwing legacy artists

Music Technology Policy

In case you were wondering what ever happened to the so-called Internet Radio “Fairness Act”, here’s another little taste of what Big Tech has in store for artists–particularly “legacy” artists, meaning artists with strong catalog from the past.  Let’s say from before 1972. And how are they doing it?

SERIAL Trademark Denied – Should One of the Most Popular Podcasts Ever Be Able to Protect Its Name?

Broadcast Law Blog

for Internet services) are much easier to register and enforce. This article was written by two new contributors to the Blog, trademark attorneys Radhika “Ronnie” Raju and Kelly Donohue. SERIAL is the Peabody award-winning podcast from the creators of the public radio program This American Life.

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Guest Post by @schneidermaria: Open Letter to YouTube, “Pushers” of Piracy

Music Technology Policy

So let’s look at just a few examples of intimidating behavior YouTube shoves at us in the back alleys of its monstrous empire. A. That’s scary.

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Pandora and Amazon Negotiating Agreements with Record Labels – Why They Don’t Just Rely on the CRB Rates?

Broadcast Law Blog

Similarly, services relying on the statutory license cannot cooperate to allow copying of the songs that they play – so even setting up a service to allow the temporary caching of an Internet radio service so that listeners can hear it when they are offline, most likely cannot be done by simply paying the CRB-established rates.