SAG A-List Blacklist

Digital Media Law

The author of the blacklist email is unknown, although one prominent SAG board member, Frances Fisher, did forward the email to some SAG members. At least one recipient of the email, Julie Garfield, compared it to the 1940’s-50’s blacklist of alleged communists in Hollywood—a blacklist that brought down her father, leading man John Garfield , and, apparently, contributed to his death of a heart attack at age 39. Tags: SAG SAG Awards award shows blacklist

Rut Roh: @LibraryCongress Hoster Cloudflare Discloses “Incorrect” Submissions to Treasury Dept. Office of Foreign Assets Control For Blacklist Payments by Narcotraficante

Music Technology Policy

economic and trade sanctions regulations by trading with terrorists and narcotraficante that have been blacklisted by the U.S. Government to at least review any contracts with Cloudflare? embargoed or sanctioned countries, governments, persons, and entities. government in connection with certain hardware exports. Cloudflare’s drip drip drip: If we’re caught dealing with criminals it could have a material adverse effect on our business.

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Can Hollywood get Google to support new anti-piracy bill?

THR, Esq. Entertainment & Media Law Blog

By Eriq Gardner Last week, the Senate Judiciary Committee introduced a new anti-piracy bill that would enable the government to essentially blacklist websites accused of copyright theft. Tags: Copyright Government Piracy Since then, many in Hollywood have voiced strong support of the measure.

Freedom of the Press and Confronting Human Rights in China

JetLawBlog

The new law, known as the “Code of Conduct,&# imposes restrictions on independent reporting and proposes to create a “blacklist&# for those Chinese journalists who have been deemed to have engaged in “illegal reporting.&#

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Recent @cyberlaw posts on Twitter

Cyberlaw Central

Wow, predictive blacklisting could block internet attacks before they happen – [link]. Tags: Internet Governance Musings Twitter I’ve been much more active lately on Twitter than here on the blog, for a variety of reasons. Most of them are work related, it’s nice to be busy! With the limited time I’ve had, it’s been much easier to post quick links to interesting articles on Twitter.

Where is the Consumer Electronics Association when you need them? Senator Levin cracks down on fake electronic parts in military gear

Music Technology Policy

So why is Senator Levin engaging in these Dangerous and Groundless attacks on innovation and Blacklisting Innocent Entrepreneurs and Venture Capitalists trying to suck down the Government Dole…I mean, innovate? According to reporting in the Army Times: “The U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee is planning to crack down on counterfeit electronic parts, which more often than not originate in China and eventually make their way to U.S. military weapon systems.

It’s Not Whack A Mole if You Own the Mole: New York Times Coverage of Brand Sponsored Piracy

Music Technology Policy

So we have to commend the New York Times for shedding light on this important story and helping to get the word out that not only the federal government but the states also benefit when brands are forced to pay the piper.

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Opinion | When Did Caging Kids Become the Art of the Deal? It always have been; look at Trump's 40 plus history of racists practicies and statements. - The New York Times

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

Even the first lady felt moved to publicly distance herself from her husband’s cruelty, calling for a nation ‘that governs with heart.’

Opinion | Time to Break the Silence on Palestine - The New York Times

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

Similarly, many students are fearful of expressing support for Palestinian rights because of the McCarthyite tactics of secret organizations like Canary Mission, which blacklists those who publicly dare to support boycotts against Israel, jeopardizing their employment prospects and future careers.

Attention Mr. Almunia: How YouTube Uses Its Monopoly Power to Silence Critics

Music Technology Policy

According to ONErpm founder Emmanuel Zunz, YouTube is unhappy that certain payout details and percentages were disclosed, with a complete blacklisting being threatened. Protection from this kind of monopoly leverage over advertising, video distribution and promotion is exactly what citizens look to their government to accomplish As the European Commission returns from the August break, Joaquín Almunia will be getting back to work.