Pollicino on Fake News, Internet [,] and Metaphors

Media Law Prof Blog

Oreste Pollicino, Bocconi University Department of Law is publishing Fake News, Internet and Metaphors (to Be Handled Carefully) in Rivista di diritto dei media, 2017.

Breaking: Avvo Is Acquired By Internet Brands

Media Law

Legal directory site Avvo has been acquired by Internet Brands, it was announced this morning. Internet Brands already owns legal sites Nolo, Martindale-Hubbell, Ngage and Total Attorneys. The post Breaking: Avvo Is Acquired By Internet Brands appeared first on Robert Ambrogi's LawSites. See also my follow-up interview with CEO Mark Britton.] I am at a conference and will follow up with more details when I can, but for now, here is […].

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Leistner on Copyright Law on the Internet in Need of Reform

Media Law Prof Blog

Matthias Leistner, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, has published Copyright Law on the Internet in Need of Reform: Hyperlinks, Online Platforms and Aggregators at 2017 JIPLP 136 (2018).

How To Remove Your Private Information From The Internet

Gordon P. Firemark

This is a guest post from defamation & anti-SLAPP lawyer Adrianos Facchetti. You may be shocked to learn that much of your private information is online: and I’m not talking about data you voluntarily post on Facebook or Twitter after a party.

Copyright and the Internet

Media Law Prof Blog

Menell, University of California, Berkeley, School of Law, has published This American Copyright Life: Reflections on Re-Equilibrating Copyright for the Internet Age as UC Berkeley Public Law Research Paper No. Peter S.

Culture Clash on the Internet

Digital Media Law

The Internet has devalued content to the point where it is often offered at no charge—newspapers, for instance—or widely misappropriated, as with music and movies. Underlying both is the belief that content on the Internet should be free (a notion reinforced by the other four factors). The answer lies in the origin of the Internet. The DoD, of course, seldom fosters self-gratification, a trait that underlies the “free content” culture of the Internet.

Rakofsky v. The Internet ORDER

The Legal Satyricon

The Internet is over (at least for now). The long saga of Rakofsky v. The Order is here. Stay tuned, I’d imagine that there will be an appeal. ORDER UPDATED Filed under: misc.

Celebrities, Privacy, Free Speech, and the Internet

Media Law Prof Blog

Elena Falletti, Carlo Cattaneo LIUC University, has published The Scandals of Caroline, Max and Kate: Does Celebrity Privacy Threaten Press Freedom in the Internet Age?

Arithmetic on the Internet: The Ethical Pool Solution to Streaming Royalty Allocation — Music Tech Solutions

Music Technology Policy

via Arithmetic on the Internet: The Ethical Pool Solution to Streaming Royalty Allocation — Music Tech Solutions. “Sick of my money funding crap.” A Fan’s Tweet. Subscription services are one of the few secular trends in the current economy that is not yet reactive to trade wars or interest rates. Subscription services are found in many areas of the economy, but music drives some of the big ones like Spotify, Amazon and Apple.

Smith on Intellectual Property and Internet Folklore @CathaySmith

Media Law Prof Blog

Smith, University of Montana School of Law, is publishing Beware the Slender Man: Intellectual Property and Internet Folklore in volume 70 of the Florida Law Review (2017). Internet folklore is folklore created collaboratively Cathay Y.

Internet Delivery Now Streeting With Traditional Home Video

DealFatigue

Jonathan Handel’s blog alerted me to the pending “day and date&# release of the “The Bourne Ultimatum&# on both DVD and via Internet delivery on December 18th.

The FCC and the Open Internet

Media Law Prof Blog

Neill, New Media Rights & California Western School of Law, has published How the FCC Can Preserve the Open Internet & Net Neutrality Through Title II Reclassification. The case for reclassifying broadband internet access Arthur H.

Genetic Anonymity and the Internet

Media Law Prof Blog

Christine Suzanne Davik, University of Maine, has published We Know Who You Are and What You''re Made Of: The Illusion of Internet Anonymity and Its Impact on Genetic Discrimination, at 64 Case Western Law Review 17 (2013

@scleland: The Huge Hidden Public Costs (>$1.5T) of U.S. Internet Industrial Policy — Artist Rights Watch

Music Technology Policy

[Editor Charlie sez: Scott Cleland takes an excellent deep dive into the “leechonomics” of the safe harbors afforded to the special people who are members of the Internet Association and the Digital Media Association. Internet Industrial Policy — Artist Rights Watch.

How Spooky Is It? The Internet Association Tells Us Washington is “Spooky” for the Internet

Music Technology Policy

Every now and then I get these absurdly childlike emails from the Internet Association (which is yet another Google-dominated lobbying group in Washington).

Internet Gambling Bill: Hold or Fold?

JetLawBlog

2267 , the Internet Gambling Regulation, Consumer Protection, and Enforcement Act. The Act would establish an Internet Licensing Program to facilitate the legalization and regulation of Internet gambling. On July 21, 2010, Committee Hearings were held regarding H.R.

Now Legal: Use the Power and Reach of the Internet to find Investors. Free Report explains how.

Gordon P. Firemark

Among the provisions that have now gone into effect, is the new Rule 506(c), which permits a seller of securities to use general solicitation (such as advertising in print or on the internet), to find buyers. Now Legal: Use the Power and Reach of the Internet to find Investors.

It’s a Play! It’s Live Internet TV! It’s Both, and it Opens in Los Angeles on Friday

Digital Media Law

Somewhat like Shimmer, Saturday Night Live ’s mysterious concoction that was both a floor wax and a dessert topping , a production called The Noir Series that runs this weekend in Los Angeles manages to be both a stage play and live Internet TV.

Cambridge University Study Notes That Censorship on the Internet Is Widespread, Threatens Access to Information

Media Law Prof Blog

University of Cambridge researchers have released results of a study into censorship on the Internet that reveals that it is "rampant, with more than 60 countries engaging in some form" of it.

The Internet Association Says “je suis spéciale”

Music Technology Policy

According to Reuters: France is hoping to make internet companies such as Google and Facebook accountable for social media posts promoting terrorism, Bloomberg reports. They’re on the Internet.

Responding To Internet Hate Speech

Media Law Prof Blog

Raphael Cohen-Almagor, University of Hull, has published Countering Hate on the Internet at 22 Annual Review of Law and Ethics 431 (2014). Here is the abstract. Hate speech is designed to threaten certain groups publicly and act as propaganda for

The Internet Defense League is Forming

Cyberlaw Central

It is with some interest that I am watching the development of a movement to better mobilize the Internet (like those who defeated SOPA and PIPA) – the Internet Defense League. Internet Governance Musings

Teenagers and Internet Privacy

Media Law Prof Blog

danah boyd, Microsoft Research and New York University Department of Media, Culture and Communication, and University of New South Wales, and Harvard University Berkman Center for Internet & Society, and Alice E. Marwick, Microsoft Corporation, and Harvard University, Berkman Center

Internet Delivery Now Streeting With Traditional Home Video

DealFatigue

Jonathan Handel’s blog alerted me to the pending “day and date” release of the “The Bourne Ultimatum” on both DVD and via Internet delivery on December 18th.

Internet Delivery Now Streeting With Traditional Home Video

DealFatigue

Jonathan Handel’s blog alerted me to the pending “day and date” release of the “The Bourne Ultimatum” on both DVD and via Internet delivery on December 18th.

Network Neutrality and Tomorrow's Internet

Media Law Prof Blog

Luca Belli, Independent, and Primavera De Filippi, Université Paris II - Panthéon-Assas 2013, have published The Value of Network Neutrality for the Internet of Tomorrow. Here is the abstract. The report explores some of the most crucial facets of Network

Lantagne on Fame on the Internet: The Spectrum of Internet Memes and the Legal Challenge of Evolving Methods of Communication @StaceyLantagne

Media Law Prof Blog

Stacey Lantagne, University of Mississippi School of Law, has published Famous on the Internet: The Spectrum of Internet Memes and the Legal Challenge of Evolving Methods of Communication. On a daily basis, millions of Internet users

Internet Filtering in China

Media Law Prof Blog

Jyh-An Lee, National Chengchi University, and Ching-Yi Lee have published Forbidden City Enclosed by the Great Firewall: The Law and Power of Internet Filtering in China in volume 13 of the Minnesota Journal of Law, Science, and Technology (2012).

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Penney on Internet Suveillance, Regulation, and Chilling Effects Online: A Comparative Case Study @jon_penney

Media Law Prof Blog

Rakofsky v. The Internet – LINK FIXED

The Legal Satyricon

The Internet is over (at least for now). The long saga of Rakofsky v. The Order is here. Stay tuned, I’d imagine that there will be an appeal. The order is a bit soft, but the findings of fact are devastating. Filed under: misc.

Marc Ribot and Ceramic Dog’s Response to SPIN’s spin on “Masters of the Internet”

Music Technology Policy

So we love this “Masters of the Internet” track around MTP–which answers the musical question, is Google a commoditizer? Ad Supported Piracy artist rights Ceramic Dog Marc Ribot Masters of the Internet

FCC Unveils New Regs For Open Internet

Media Law Prof Blog

The FCC has voted, 3-2, to craft a set of regulations for the Internet under which content providers could pay for faster service, but ISPs could not discriminate against providers who did not opt to pay for that service.

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Internet Fax Service eFax Acquires MaxEmail

Media Law

For many of us, the once ubiquitous fax machine has been replaced by internet faxing services. […]. The post Internet Fax Service eFax Acquires MaxEmail appeared first on Robert Ambrogi's LawSites. You may ask yourself, “Is faxing still a thing?” ” While the fax may seem like a vestige of a bygone technology era, the actuality for many lawyers is that the ability to send and receive faxes remains a necessity.

The Constitution and the Regulation of the Internet

Media Law Prof Blog

Courts and the Constitutional Regulation of the Internet in Internet Law, Fundamental Rights, and Constitutional Adjudication (Graziella Romeo & Oreste Pollicino eds., Molly K. Land, University of Connecticut School of Law, has published A Human Rights Perspective on U.S.

Blevins on the FCC and the "Pre-Internet"

Media Law Prof Blog

John Blevins, Loyola University (new Orleans) College of Law, has published The FCC and the 'Pre-Internet' at 91 Ind. 1309 (2016). Here is the abstract. Network neutrality has dominated broadband policy debates for the past decade. While important, network

FCC Announces Public Roundtables To Discuss Options For Internet Access

Media Law Prof Blog

The FCC has announced it will begin hosting a series of Open Internet Roundtable Discussions to address concerns surrounding what it calls Internet openness.

Clement and Obar on Keeping Internet Users in the Know Or in the Dark @AndrewClement @CDNJobar

Media Law Prof Blog

Obar, York University and Michigan State University, have published Keeping Internet Users in the Know or in the Dark: An Analysis of the Data Privacy Transparency of Canadian Internet Clement, University of Toronto, Faculty of Information, and J.

Mörä on The Challenge of Internet and Social Media on Shield Law Legislation @helsinkiuni

Media Law Prof Blog

Tuomo Mörä, University of Helsinki, has published The Challenge of Internet and Social Media on Shield Law Legislation: The Four Dimensions of Reporter's Privilege.

Keller on Whether the Right of Publicity and/or Privacy Can Protect Those Killed Extralegally From (Internet) Infamy

Media Law Prof Blog

Keller, Ohio Northern University College of Law, has published Will I Be the Next Hashtag: Can the Right of Publicity and/or Privacy Protect Those Killed Extralegally from (Internet) Infamy? Deidre A.

Charting Internet Blowhards

Thompson On Hollywood

Wired quizes readers on their knowledge of Internet Blowhards , from Wired 's own Chris Anderson to Tech Crunch's Michael Arrington. Tags: Bloggers Blowhards Internet Wired

Internet Gaming and Public Policy

Media Law Prof Blog

Miller, Drake University Law School, has published Public Policy and the Inevitability of Internet Gambling in volume 60 of Drake Law Review Discourse (2012). Keith C. Here is the abstract. The gaming industry is at a crossroads in the United

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Jurors and the Internet

Media Law Prof Blog

Lacy, University of Washington School of Law, has published Should Jurors Use the Internet? During trials jurors are increasingly using cell phones and other devices capable of accessing the Internet. Gareth S. Here is the abstract. Courts are responding by

How Do You Make the Internet Forget? Here’s How Michael Lynton Did It for the Sony Hack

THR, Esq. Entertainment & Media Law Blog

One attorney says cleaning the internet of negative content for highly influential executives is a huge business. read more. THR, Esq. Business Movies Tech Business THR Online