Tue.Mar 12, 2019

@rachelrwithers: Amazon Owes Wikipedia Big-Time — Artist Rights Watch

Music Technology Policy

Amazon gave $1 million to Wikipedia–and gets way more out of the deal than the charity. via @rachelrwithers: Amazon Owes Wikipedia Big-Time — Artist Rights Watch

Casemaker Offers Its Members Access to Vincent, AI Tool from vLex

Media Law

The legal research platform Casemaker is announcing today an expansion of its partnership with the global legal research company vLex by which its members will get access to Vincent , vLex’s artificial intelligence legal research assistant. Subscribers who receive access to Casemaker through bar association affinity plans are entitled to a one-week free trial of Vincent and then 50 percent off first-year pricing.

FCC Sends More Warnings to Radio Stations that Are Not Compliant with Online Inspection Public File Obligations – Quarterly Issues/Programs Lists are the Biggest Target

Broadcast Law Blog

The FCC has once again started sending out email notices to broadcast stations that are not in compliance with their online public file obligations. This follows a set of notices sent in early December, where the FCC first warned specific stations that there were issues with their online public inspection files (see our article here ).

Fastcase Users Get Access To Select ABA Publications

Media Law

Legal research company Fastcase continues to expand the breadth of materials available to subscribers through its platform. Less than a week after announcing the addition of public records data, the company today says a partnership with the American Bar Association will allow paid access to select book titles published by key ABA sections.

Legal Tool Among Winners Of Knight Foundation ‘AI and the News’ Challenge

Media Law

The Knight Foundation , an organization devoted to promoting excellence in journalism, today announced the seven winners of an open challenge to use artificial intelligence to empower journalism and reimagine news, and among them is a legal technology company. Legal Robot , a San Francisco company whose product uses machine learning to analyze contracts, won for its proposal to develop a tool that will apply machine learning to quickly extract structured data from government contracts.