In his E-Communications column, Stephen Treglia, legal counsel at Absolute Software Corporation, writes: While the third-party rule used to be clear and undisputable and it was much easier to predict
...the owner of copyright-protected websites, brought a copyright infringement action against Gigahertz Inc., a website design and hosting company run by codefendant Brown. ECC...
... Cite as: Electronic Creations v. Gigahertz., 5:12-CV-1423, NYLJ 1202609859111, at *1 (NDNY, Decided June 25...
New York Law Journal
Michael Botein, a professor at New York Law School, writes that although Wi-Fi has been in existence for a decade, only in the last few years has there been any impetus to offer it to the population
...a few others. All WiFi devices use the 2.4 gigahertz standard and generally are easy to install on a computer. Then it...
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