Moving to strengthen the security of the United States' critical information infrastructure, President Barack Obama on Tuesday signed an executive order that calls upon federal agencies to review exi
Originally Published: National Law Journal
After a four-year tenure marked by an increased focus on privacy and aggressive consumer protection, Federal Trade Commission Chairman Jon Leibowitz announced Friday that he is stepping down on Febru
An en banc panel construed the CFAA narrowly in a 9-2 ruling, saying the anti-hacking law is not a tool to criminalize anyone who violates employer computer policies or a website's terms of service
Originally Published: The Recorder
Attorneys David A. Kalow and Milton Springut explore whether a lawyer submitting smartphone images in a legal proceeding without permission is an infringer -- or is this action fair use
...party's due process rights would be violated. The only Democrat to vote against the bill was Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., who...
...by the ITC's six politically appointed commissioners, three Republicans and three Democrats. On Thursday, they'll issue a final determination in which they can...
...quot; at the committee hearing, noting an extended back and forth between Democrat Mel Watt of North Carolina and Google Policy Counsel Katherine Oyama:...
...quot;Judge Anne E. Lazarus," endorsing Northampton County Democratic Committee, Colonial Democrats, and former U.S. Rep. Joe Sestak. She is just "Anne...
As IBM's general counsel, Robert Weber has been a busy man lately. He has been tasked by the company's CEO to talk about IBM's culture as it celebrates its centennial this year
...Children's Online Privacy Protection Act got largely positive reviews from both Democrat and Republican members of a House subcommittee at a hearing Wednesday....
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