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U.S. Patent Office Under Fire

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The U.S. Patent Office came under fire recently due to having its servers down between August 15th through August 23rd. In an officially released statement, Andrei […]

DEF CON Hackers Prove Ease in Hacking Voter Machines and Government Sites

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DEF CON held earlier this month in Las Vegas draws one of the largest crowds of hackers and cyber security interested parties. It is a […]

Cybersecurity Concerns Rise Again With Vulnerable Smart Devices

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As a year has passed since lawmakers first discussed the passage of sweeping litigation that would raise data-security standards across the nation, security experts have […]

Defense Distributed Causing Nationwide Debate With 3-D Printing

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Defense Distributed, a Texas non-profit organization, has caused a firestorm of debate with its recent supplying of online schematics for the production of printing of […]

Live Streaming of Uber/Lyft Passengers Raise New Privacy Concerns

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Recording of Everyday Activities Has Become Common
These days, it has become a common practice to find people willing to live stream and broadcast every aspect […]

Federal Circuit Vacates Apple Patent Decision | Standards for CBM Review Requirements

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Earlier this month, the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals vacated an earlier decision handed down by the U.S. Patent Trial and Appeal Board (“PTAB”).  The […]

Whataburger Versus Wonder Woman

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What Do Whataburger and Wonder Woman Have In Common?
With the reemergence of Wonder Woman in popular media, Texas hamburger chain Whataburger has found itself embroiled […]

California Consumer Privacy Act: Most Stringent Data Privacy Law in U.S.

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Rigid New Privacy Law Will Require Significant Change to How Companies Obtain Consumer Data
California made history recently by passing the California Consumer Privacy Act after […]

Recent Supreme Court Decisions Significantly Impact Intellectual Property Law

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The United States Supreme Court has issued two decisions recently that have caused serious waves in the intellectual property law field.  The two decisions specifically […]

How Much Does Your Virtual Assistant Know About You?

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Amazon recently had to answer to the U.S. Senate after it was confirmed that a product in their virtual assistant line, the Amazon Echo, recorded […]

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