ASA Finds Skype's Ad Campaign For VOIP Misleading

Media Law Prof Blog

The Advertising Standards Authority has ruled that Skype's advertising campaign for its Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) which emphasizes the high quality of its video actually overstates the quality of the picture. The company had argued that it is really

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Regulating VoIP in the EU and the US

Media Law Prof Blog

Rebecca Wong, Nottingham Trent University Law School, and Daniel Garrie, Rutgers School of Law, Camden, have published "Privacy in Electronic Communications: The Regulation of VoIP in the EU and the United States," at 2009 Computer Telecommunications Law Review 139.

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Catching Up on News from MyCase, Clio, Lexicata, WordRake and More

Media Law

Clio now integrates with Vonage VoIP phone services. Time to play catch-up on legal technology news and notes from the past few weeks: Take credit cards in MyCase. The practice management platform MyCase already has the ability to accept online payments directly from a client’s checking account. At the recent ABA Techshow, MyCase announced that […]. The post Catching Up on News from MyCase, Clio, Lexicata, WordRake and More appeared first on Robert Ambrogi's LawSites.

Clio Announces 35 New Integration Partners, from AppearMe to ZorroSign

Media Law

See caller information for both inbound and outbound calls and automatically log the phone calls as billable activities against matters using VoIP technology. Call clients from your desktop or mobile app and sync those calls to Clio with Nextiva’s business VoIP service.

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Another web seminar

Trademark, Copyright, and Entertainment Law Forum

Use your microphone and speakers (VoIP) - a headset is recommended. Due to the success of this week's web seminar, and because I received some requests from people to do it again on a different day, I will be doing one on Friday, May 22 at noon (EDT). Point your web browser here: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/join/647724971 2. Or, call in using your telephone.

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New Webinar Scheduled

Trademark, Copyright, and Entertainment Law Forum

Use your microphone and speakers (VoIP) - a headset is recommended. A new webinar on trademark and copyright law has been scheduled. I will keep it an hour long and explain basics about trademark and copyright law for small business. You can do it on the web or on the phone! 11 AM (EDT), Tuesday May 19th. Web directions: 1. Point your browser to https://www2.gotomeeting.com/join/272827610 2.

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Guest Column: How the Global Pandemic Is Driving Innovation at Firms and Creating New Value for Clients

Media Law

But for firms that were laying the groundwork for the future before the pandemic hit — that had already replaced traditional phone systems with VoIP and had been using applications like Zoom or Microsoft Teams to conduct meetings — the outcome has been positive.

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More Patent Issues for Media Companies - Mission Abstract Data Patent Asserted in Law Suits Against 4 Radio Broadcasters, and a New Patent Claim Raised Against Podcasters, Including Public Broadcasters

Broadcast Law Blog

In the last few weeks, we have seen news about patent claims asserted against radio broadcasters for their digital music storage systems , against public broadcasters for podcasts , and even against companies trying to comply with the FCC's new guidelines for E-911 (emergency communications over wireless and VoIP networks) providers. In the digital world, it seems that everything is reinvented, and someone claims that they have a patent on that reinvention.

The Clicker: Was Grokster really the important Supreme Court decision? - Engadget - www.engadget.com

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

The ruling has caused a lot of speculation about whether the cable industry will use its newly-reaffirmed status to make life difficult for its competitors in the VoIP industry. Cable companies could engage in port-blocking and other countermeasures used to stop VoIP services from traversing their networks. While not yet as developed as VoIP, the emerging IPTV market has just as much to lose. The Clicker: Was Grokster really the important Supreme Court decision?

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The Clicker: Was Grokster really the important Supreme Court decision? - Engadget - www.engadget.com

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

The ruling has caused a lot of speculation about whether the cable industry will use its newly-reaffirmed status to make life difficult for its competitors in the VoIP industry. Cable companies could engage in port-blocking and other countermeasures used to stop VoIP services from traversing their networks. While not yet as developed as VoIP, the emerging IPTV market has just as much to lose. The Clicker: Was Grokster really the important Supreme Court decision?

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