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Emerging trends: Supreme Court takes away possible defense for copyright defendants

USA - May 22 2014 In a partial defeat for studios, record companies, publishers and the like, the Supreme Court on May 19, 2014 refused to allow MGM to invoke the...

Robert Barnes, Paul C. Llewellyn.

Privacy policies for mobile applications become mandatory under California Online Privacy Protection Act

USA - December 11 2012 Companies with a mobile application that collects any form of user data should conspicuously post a detailed privacy policy within their mobile app, or they may face a lawsuit filed by the Attorney General of California, with fines of up to $2,500 every time the app has been downloaded....

Gregory P. Silberman.