Thu.Mar 07, 2019

As Neota Logic Rolls Out Platform Upgrade, New CEO Targets Growth

Media Law

Artificial intelligence company Neota Logic today rolled out version 9.2

@richardjburgess: The So-Called ‘Local Radio Freedom Act’ Is Actually an Anti-Creator, Anti-Property-Rights Bill — Artist Rights Watch

Music Technology Policy

The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) and its army of highly paid lobbyists are asking Members of Congress to cosponsor a bill that they have the nerve to call the Local Radio Freedom Act (LRFA). In past Congresses, many lawmakers have been deceived into cosponsoring this legislation, being told that it is a non-controversial sense-of-Congress resolution aimed at protecting local radio stations. In fact, it is an anti-creator, anti-property-rights bill.

Trump Is Against America! #ResistanceIsNotFutile

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

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@crispinhunt: Critics of Article 13 are Weaving a Narrative with No Relationship to Fact — Artist Rights Watch

Music Technology Policy

[An excellent post by songwriter and BASCA chair Crispin Hunt on the remarkable disinformation campaign being waged by legacy tech companies against safe harbor reform in Europe.] A recent article by Rhett Jones, which appeared in Gizmodo, perfectly encapsulated the feverish disinformation campaign around Article 13 being undertaken by US tech companies and their minions. […]. via @crispinhunt: Critics of Article 13 are Weaving a Narrative with No Relationship to Fact — Artist Rights Watch

House delays resolution seen as subtle rebuke of Democratic Congresswoman

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

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Fastcase Partners With TransUnion To Offer Public Records Search And Analytics

Media Law

Legal research service Fastcase is announcing today a partnership with TransUnion that will give its subscribers access to public records information and analytics for individuals and businesses via TransUnion’s TLOxp platform. The partnership will provide Fastcase subscribers with single sign-on access to information such as addresses, phones, places of employment, professional licenses, criminal records, bankruptcies, liens, assets, relatives, associations, and more.

Sexism in the media continues to be a problem as "The Hill" engages in one of the oldest tropes known to womankind in American culture.

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

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Opinion | What if the Mueller Report Demands Bold Action? - The New York Times

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

By J.T. Smith II Mr. Smith served as executive assistant to Attorney General Elliot Richardson in 1973. "If If Mueller’s findings compel legal action, the attorney general should reconsider the policy against indictment of a sitting president.