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“Tantrums” Aside, the Law Leans Toward the Employee in Issues of Social Media and Free Speech

USA - June 8 2017 Whether or not your friends and family get a kick out of your misery at work, that online post of yours might tick off your employer. But what rights...

Sujeeth Rajavolu.


Face Value: An Allegedly Co-Opted Photograph Turns into a $2.2 Billion Headache for Chipotle

USA - January 19 2017 Because celebrities closely guard their names and likenesses, lawsuits claiming high-dollar amounts for violations of those rights are not unusual...


Does the Fair Use Exception Shield Ivanka Trump from Artists Who Want Nothing to Do with Her?

USA - January 9 2017 Much has been written about how the Trump family uses their name to market their own businesses, but the Trumps are equally gifted at trading on...


Location Disservices? Protecting against the Inherent Cybersecurity Risks of Geotagging

USA - October 11 2016 In this political season, much has been made about late-night Twitter rants targeting women and other social media attacks on individuals and...


Beacons, Basketball and the App that Hears Too Much

USA - September 6 2016 What are the privacy limits when users give permission for an app to access their smartphone’s microphone? A purported class action filed last week by...

Carolyn S. Toto.