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Copyright Infringement of Dance Moves in Video Games

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Last year’s video game market was dominated by Epic Games’s battle-royale sensation, Fortnite.  The game combines elements of building defensive fortifications with third-person shooter elements to […]

EU Data Privacy Rules: Google Fined Millions as First Major GDPR Casualty

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Earlier this week, France’s data protection agency, known as CNIL, fined Alphabet’s Google 50 million euros ($57 million) for breaching the European Union’s new online […]

The Digital Black Market and Dropgangs: The Evolution With Technology

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In today’s age of Internet and innovation, it comes as no surprise that new technologies are also being used for more nefarious reasons.  For example, […]

Japanese Government to Create List of Insecure IoT Devices by Hacking Consumers

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Earlier this month, the Japanese government approved a new amendment that permits government agencies to hack into Japanese citizens’ private devices that are connected via […]

Why is Trump waging a trade war with China? Hint: it’s not about tariffs.

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Global technology piracy and knock-off products have long been a source of hand-wringing for U.S.-based companies. China, being the source of much of the world’s manufacturing, […]

Can One Obtain Registration of Scandalous Marks? The Supreme Court to Decide, Again

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In January, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to preside over a trademark case challenging the initial rejection of the mark “FUCT” for use in connection […]

Carry The Load Expands 2019 National Relay with Addition of Midwest Route

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Carry The Load is a nonprofit organization dedicated to celebrating our nation’s heroes.  Every year, Carry The Load holds a National Relay across the country. It […]

FaceTime Bug Creates “HearTime” Allowing Eavesdropping

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As technology evolves allowing for easier methods to communicate, so does the concern for privacy with continued findings of loopholes, bugs, and coding errors. On […]

Universal Music Group and Other Music Labels Sue Poker Podcast for Copyright Infringement

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On November 16, 2018, Universal Music Group (UMG) and several other prominent music labels filed suit against iBus Media, the parent group for PokerNews and […]

Supreme Court to Decide: Copyright Litigation Registration Requirement

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Later this month, the Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments regarding whether or not copyright owners must complete the registration process for their copyrights […]

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