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The Royal Scam: Content ID and Google’s Massive Profits From Piracy and Crime

Music Technology Policy

Google and YouTube have managed to create a scam that has gone largely undetected and largely unpunished for a decade–illicit activity that is both seen through the sale of advertising and unseen through data scraping in the background.

Tomorrow Our Blogging Series Continues with Jim Walker of Cruise Law News

Media Law

Last week Carolyn Elefant joined me as we kicked off a new series on behalf of LexBlog of live conversations with leading legal bloggers.

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James Earl Jones Reads Frederick Douglass

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hiQ Files Opposition Brief with Supreme Court in LinkedIn CFAA Data Scraping Dispute

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Last week, hiQ Labs, Inc. (“hiQ”) hiQ”) filed its brief urging the Supreme Court to deny LinkedIn Corp.’s s (“LinkedIn”) petition for a writ of certiorari in the Ninth Circuit’s blockbuster ruling in hiQ Labs, Inc. LinkedIn Corp. , 938 F.3d 985 (9th Cir. 2019).

I Say It Here: As Predicted, EFF and Durie Tangri to Defend Internet Archive To Keep the Massive Infringement Flowing

Music Technology Policy

According to Silicon Valley mouthpiece Torrentfreak , guess who is going to be defending the Internet Archive and the eponymous Mr. Kahle in their massive copyright infringement suit from publishers?

For First Time in Decade, PACER Website Gets Major Update

Media Law

A new design rolled out yesterday for the website of the U.S. Courts Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) program, the site’s first major update in a decade.

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Another State Moves Closer to Mandating Tech CLE, But Limited to Cybersecurity

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A third state could soon join the two that require technology training as part of a lawyer’s obligation to undergo continuing legal education. Two states currently require mandatory tech CLE.

LawNext: Court Buddy Founder James Jones Jr. on Being A Black Entrepreneur in Legal Tech

Media Law

In 2015, the husband-and-wife team of James Jones Jr. and Kristina Jones founded Court Buddy , a service that matches consumers with vetted lawyers at affordable prices. Last November, the couple stepped aside from the business to pursue other interests.

New Global Legal Tech Report Charts State of Legal Tech Across Asia-Pacific Region

Media Law

In April I reported on the release by the Global Legal Tech Report of its report on Australia, the first in a planned series of regional reports on legal tech worldwide, which will culminate in a global report in November. Now, the GLTR has released reports covering Asia and New Zealand.

How E-Discovery Software Is Being Used In The Battle Against COVID-19

Media Law

The first major foothold for the use of artificial intelligence software in the legal profession was in the area of e-discovery, where tools variously referred to as technology-assisted review or predictive coding helped lawyers find relevant documents within huge data collections more quickly and at lower cost.

Litera TV Marks 300th Show With New Lineup Of Legal Tech Experts As Hosts

Media Law

In a year of so many challenges and difficulties, an unexpected highlight for me has been the opportunity to participate as a host on Litera TV , a daily live stream of interviews, educational programs, and tips around legal tech and legal practice produced by the document technology company Litera.

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Coronavirus: US reports world's biggest daily increase in cases with 55,000 | World news | The Guardian

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Coronavirus: US reports world's biggest daily increase in cases with 55,000 | World news | The Guardian

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Troops sent to DC during George Floyd protests had bayonets, top general says | US news | The Guardian

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Troops sent to DC during George Floyd protests had bayonets, top general says | US news | The Guardian

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Joe: This Is Basic Science, This Is Basic Medicine | Morning Joe | MSNBC

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Doctor: The patients are getting younger and are more sick

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US sets alarming new coronavirus record

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Arrest report released of woman who was struck by police officer at Miami. The average IQ

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White Supremacist Ideas Have Historical Roots In U.S. Christianity : NPR

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"When a young Southern Baptist pastor named Alan Cross arrived in Montgomery, Ala., in January 2000, he knew it was where the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.

How the 'Lost Cause' narrative became American history

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Which Side Of History

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Dr. Fauci says U.S. could soon see 100,000 new coronavirus cases per day

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Coronavirus IX: Evictions: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

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Governor extends public health emergency, COVID-19 guidelines

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Governor extends public health emergency, COVID-19 guidelines WSBTV.com News Staff Gov. Brian Kemp speaks during a press briefing to update on COVID-19 at the Georgia State Capitol, on Thursday, May 7, 2020. Hyosub Shin / Hyosub.Shin@ajc.com) ATLANTA — Gov.

ICYMI: My Litera TV Interview with Melissa Speidel, Director of Business Transformation at K&L Gates

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Last week on my live-streaming legal program Law Insights on Litera TV , I interviewed Melissa Speidel , director of business transformation at the law firm K&L Gates.

Hear why Roberts sided with liberals on Supreme Court abortion ruling

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Georgia reports a record of over 2,200 new coronavirus cases Sunday

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Hasan and AOC Discuss The Green New Deal | Patriot Act Digital Exclusive.

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Arrest report released of woman who was struck by police officer at Miam.

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7 Myths About Face Masks Why they're really recommended, plus when and where you should wear them

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7 Myths About Face Masks Why they're really recommended, plus when and where you should wear them Myth 1: You don't need to wear a face mask if you don't feel sick. This was the prevailing advice at the beginning of the pandemic, but not anymore.

Trump Attacks Our Nation's Free Press Part 1 | Full Frontal on TBS

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Biden on Trump: Our wartime president has surrendered

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Wallace on Trump: ‘Running as a plague spreading racist polls terribly’

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Obamacare Faces Unprecedented Test as Economy Sinks - The New York Times

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The battles over the health law have played out during a decade of continuous economic growth. How it performs as a safety net now may help determine its future. By Abby Goodnough and Reed Abelson June 27, 2020, 3:00 a.m.

Three Words. 70 Cases. The Tragic History of ‘I Can’t Breathe.’ The deaths of Eric Garner in New York and George Floyd in Minnesota created national outrage over the use of deadly police restraints. There were many others you didn’t hear about.

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Three Words. 70 Cases. The Tragic History of ‘I Can’t Breathe.’ The deaths of Eric Garner in New York and George Floyd in Minnesota created national outrage over the use of deadly police restraints. There were many others you didn’t hear about. By Mike Baker , Jennifer Valentino-DeVries , Manny Fernandez and Michael LaForgia June 29, 2020 By Mike Baker, Jennifer Valentino-DeVries, Manny Fernandez and Michael LaForgia June 29, 2020 “Please. I can’t breathe. I can’t relax.

Masks Could Help Stop Coronavirus. So Why Are They Still Controversial? - WSJ

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"Hong Kong, with 7.5 million residents, is one of the most densely populated places on earth, but recorded only six deaths from Covid-19 despite having no lockdown and receiving nearly three million travelers a day from abroad, around half of them from mainland China, where the virus originated." The key secret of Hong Kong’s success, Prof. Yuen said, is that the mask compliance rate during morning rush hour is 97%. The 3% who don’t comply are mainly Americans and Europeans, he said."As