Disney Sues Redbox Over Sale of Movie Download Codes

THR, Esq. Entertainment & Media Law Blog

The DVD kiosk rental company allegedly disassembles a product package and then sells codes separately in what Disney asserts is a violation of copyright law.

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Blind Advocate Group Files Class Action Suit Against Redbox

THR, Esq. Entertainment & Media Law Blog

Eriq Gardner Plaintiffs say that the discount DVD-rental outfit's DVD kiosks are inaccessible and they could be using screen-reading technology, but the company has chosen not to in violation of the law.

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Studios escalate battle against movie rental kiosks

THR, Esq. Entertainment & Media Law Blog

By Eriq Gardner Another major studio is joining the fight against movie rental kiosks that let consumers watch movies for as little as one dollar. According to Ars Technica, Fox has ordered its wholesalers not to sell its DVDs to.

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How HP Reinvented Learning with Brain Candy


We put out kiosks and had people sign in. Earlier this year, one of our favorite Pathgather customers, Mike Jordan, Global Head of Talent and Learning at HP Inc. joined us at the CLO Spring Symposium, During the event, Mike shared the story of how he and his team reinvented learning at HP.

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Wow! Illinois Biometric Privacy Suits Proliferate

New Media and Technology Law

This month, in one of the many recently-filed Illinois biometric privacy suits, a class action complaint alleging violations of Illinois’s Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA) was lodged against Wow Bao, a restaurant chain, over its use of self-order kiosks that allow customers to use faceprints as a method to authenticate purchases.

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Congress, Federal Agencies, Take Action on Technology Accessibility

New Media and Technology Law

The three other notices released by the Department on the same day addressed movie captioning and video description , a ccessibility of next-generation 9-1-1 services , and certain kinds of electronic and information technology , such as POS devices, kiosks and ATMs. Both Congress and the two federal agencies have recently taken action aimed at making technological advances accessible to individuals with hearing and visual limitations.