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By Lila Bailey, J.D. Partner, The Law Office of Lila Bailey
Our very way of knowing about ourselves as a society will be shaped by the … access we will have to … [born-]digital records. But without a plan for making sure these materials are available in the future, … even five to ten years from now, it could all disappear.
By Jason C. Gavejian, Esq., CIPP, Principal, Jackson Lewis
Despite its prevalence and immense popularity, social media continues to pose challenges for organizations as they struggle with a minefield of legal risks. Navigating the legal pitfalls related to social media usage by applicants and employees is often one of the most difficult tasks an organization faces.
By Marc D. Ostrow, J.D., The Law Offices of Marc D. Ostrow
[The Campbell Court’s] “transformative use” analysis … has been followed by countless courts throughout the country for over twenty-two years and has practically supplanted the four statutory factors. However, … transformative use has its critics, [including the] Chief Judge of the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals.
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Gretchen McCord, J.D., M.S.I.S., Editor
I own an (one) Internet of Thing! Now what?!
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has directly and expressly rejected the long-standing rule of the Sixth Circuit that sampling from a sound recording without permission always infringes copyright.
Question: How does fair use apply to a for-profit company?
Question: What about a for-profit educational institution?
D.C. Circuit Court Upholds Legality of Net Neutrality
Federal Civil Protection for Trade Secrets Passes
Copyright Office Seeks Input on Revising Section 108