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Mills and Harclerode on Privacy, Mass Intrusion and the Modern Data Breach @UFLaw

Media Law Prof Blog

Jon L. Mills and Kelsey Harclerode, both of the University of Florida College of Law, have published Privacy, Mass Intrusion and the Modern Data Breach at 69 Fla. 771 (2018). Here is the abstract. Massive data breaches have

@jameshanley5: ‘It’s a better way’: Deezer unveils User Centric Payment System ambitions #irespectmusic

Music Technology Policy

[Deezer is getting out ahead of the growing backlash against streaming service royalties with a blog post on the company’s site entitled “Deezer wants artists to be paid fairly.”

Fourth Cohort of Startups Named for LexisNexis Legal Tech Accelerator

Media Law

Nine startups — ranging from a case management platform for pro se litigants to an application designed to automate the estate-settlement process — have been selected to participate in the fourth year of the LexisNexis Legal Tech Accelerator program.

Federal Appeals Court Rules for Trump in Emoluments Case

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

"WASHINGTON — In a legal victory for President Trump, a federal appeals court panel on Wednesday ordered the dismissal of a lawsuit claiming that he had violated the Constitution by collecting profits from government guests at his hotel in the nation’s capital.

Voss on Obstacles to Transatlantic Harmonization of Data Privacy Law in Context @wgvoss

Media Law Prof Blog

Gregory Voss, Toulouse Business School, is publishing Obstacles to Transatlantic Harmonization of Data Privacy Law in Context in volume 2019 of the Journal of Law, Technology and Policy. Here is the abstract. Globalization seems to call for the harmonization

All Gave Some But Some Gave All

Music Technology Policy

Everyone remembers where they were on 9/11. FDNY Firefighter Gary Box was in the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel with his brothers from Squad 1 in Park Slope. They were stuck in traffic. They got off their truck and started humping it to the WTC. He was never found.

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Suffolk Legal Writing Students Will Get Free Licenses to WordRake Editing Software

Media Law

Students in the first-year legal writing program at Suffolk University Law School this year will get free licenses to WordRake , a legal editing and proofreading add-in for Microsoft Word and Outlook designed for lawyers and other legal professionals.

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Sandeen and Mylly on Trade Secrets and the Right to Information @SharonSandeen @UniTurku

Media Law Prof Blog

Sharon K. Sandeen, Mitchell Hamline School of Law, Hanken School of Economics, and Ulla-Maija Mylly, University of Turku, Faculty of Law, are publishing Trade Secrets and the Right to Information: A Comparative Analysis of EU and US Approaches to Freedom

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

Music Technology Policy

Cloudflare’s drip drip drip: If we’re caught dealing with criminals it could have a material adverse effect on our business. As reported by Mengqi Sun in the Wall Street Journal, 8Chan and Library of Congress hosting provider Cloudflare amends IPO documents on September 10 to disclose to the Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control violations of U.S.

Startup Alley at ABA TECHSHOW 2020: The Schedule for Entering

Media Law

This year’s ABA TECHSHOW will again feature the Startup Alley — the fourth year of what has become a signature TECHSHOW event.

Federal Appeals Court Rules for Trump in Emoluments Case - The New York Times. [link]

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

Federal Appeals Court Rules for Trump in Emoluments Case - The New York Times

Someone Sends the EFF a Takedown Notice Regarding Its Own Graphic

Media Law Prof Blog

The EFF responds to an amusing copyright takedown request. Patiently

In Blockbuster Ruling, Ninth Circuit Affirms hiQ Injunction — CFAA Claim Likely Not Available for Scraping Publicly Available Website Data

New Media and Technology Law

In a ruling that is being hailed as a victory for web scrapers and the open nature of publicly available website data, the Ninth Circuit today issued its long-awaited opinion in hiQ Labs, Inc. LinkedIn Corp. , 17-16783 (9 th Cir. Sept. 9, 2019). The crucial question before the court was whether once hiQ Labs, Inc. (“HiQ”) HiQ”) received LinkedIn Corp.’s

Immigration Firm and Law School Lab Win COLPM’s InnovAction Awards

Media Law

An immigration law firm using an AI-based expert system to automate both routine and complex tasks and a law school lab designed to prepare students for innovative practice are the 2019 winners of the College of Law Practice Management’s InnovAction Awards. The COLPM presents the awards each year “to those unsung heroes and rising stars within the legal profession who dare to think differently and succeed by doing so.”

Pelosi's MILLIONTH Trump Impeachment Excuse

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

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Opinion | Trump Backs Down, Again and Again - The New York Times

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

"#ResistanceIsNotFjutile "On Aug. 7, the Trump administration quietly changed its immigration policy to end medical deferred action, a program that allows a small number of gravely ill immigrants to remain in the United States to receive lifesaving treatment.

Trump warns of 'bad people' coming from Bahamas after hurricane

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

Trump warns of 'bad people' coming from Bahamas after hurricane

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Trump is 'corrupting the wheels' of government. And Pelosi does nothing. She is the worst Democratic Party Leader since at least 1960.

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

Trump is 'corrupting the wheels' of government