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An Insight into Selected Provisions of the Proposed EU Data Protection Regulation: The Most Controversial Provision, the Most Extravagant, and the Most Under-Appreciated (PDF)

An Insight into Selected Provisions of the Proposed EU Data Protection Regulation: The Most Controversial Provision, the Most Extravagant, and the Most Under-Appreciated (PDF)

Yes, it's a long way from Brussels to the United States. But it is important that US lawyers understand the basics of European Union data protection law for at least five reasons.

$57.00
Bizarre UDRP Decision Against Google Reminds Brand Owners of

Bizarre UDRP Decision Against Google Reminds Brand Owners of "Wild Card" Risk (PDF)

Bonkers. I love that word. It harkens back to an earlier era when people used more euphemisms in their speech in order to blunt the strength of their criticism. Bananas. Loopy. These are the descriptions that come to mind when I read Google Inc. v. Fundacion Private Whois / Domain Administrator, FA (Nat. Arb. Forum, May 17, 2013). Cuckoo.

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Do We Need a Federal Data Security Breach Notification Statute? (PDF)

Do We Need a Federal Data Security Breach Notification Statute? (PDF)

There are numerous bills in Congress that would impose a federal data breach obligation. None of these bills appears to be close to passage, but it does seem likely that at some point there will be a federal data breach statute.

$57.00
LaFrance on Infringing Internet Transmissions of Television Broadcasts:  ABC, Inc. v. Aereo, Inc., 2014 U.S. LEXIS 4496 (June 25, 2014) (PDF)

LaFrance on Infringing Internet Transmissions of Television Broadcasts: ABC, Inc. v. Aereo, Inc., 2014 U.S. LEXIS 4496 (June 25, 2014) (PDF)

When does a copyright owner's exclusive public performance right extend to retransmissions of television broadcasts that embody the copyrighted work?

$57.00
NSA and the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act: A Need for Balancing (PDF)

NSA and the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act: A Need for Balancing (PDF)

Examines ways in which FISA, along with rules promulgated there under and implementing procedures, might be modified to enhance privacy, while maintaining the government's ability to acquire and use information it needs to combat terrorism and acquire foreign intelligence.

$57.00