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Is Everything Going to Be OK? Whether Individual Emoji Are Copyrightable

Is Everything Going to Be OK? Whether Individual Emoji Are Copyrightable

January 21, 2016, Comments Off on Is Everything Going to Be OK? Whether Individual Emoji Are Copyrightable
Digital Emotions: The Evidentiary Impact of Emoticons and Emojis

Digital Emotions: The Evidentiary Impact of Emoticons and Emojis

January 20, 2016, Comments Off on Digital Emotions: The Evidentiary Impact of Emoticons and Emojis
The Dancing Baby Grooves to Mixed Victory in the 9th Circuit: Court Holds that DMCA Takedown Notices Require Consideration of Fair Use

The Dancing Baby Grooves to Mixed Victory in the 9th Circuit: Court Holds that DMCA Takedown Notices Require Consideration of Fair Use

January 5, 2016, Comments Off on The Dancing Baby Grooves to Mixed Victory in the 9th Circuit: Court Holds that DMCA Takedown Notices Require Consideration of Fair Use
Holy Copyrightability Batman! The Batmobile Is Still a Superhero

Holy Copyrightability Batman! The Batmobile Is Still a Superhero

January 3, 2016, Comments Off on Holy Copyrightability Batman! The Batmobile Is Still a Superhero
California’s Correction Statute Amended to Protect Online and Weekly Publications

California’s Correction Statute Amended to Protect Online and Weekly Publications

December 21, 2015, Comments Off on California’s Correction Statute Amended to Protect Online and Weekly Publications
Another Page in the Google Books Saga: Appeals Court Blesses Mass Digitization Project as Fair Use

Another Page in the Google Books Saga: Appeals Court Blesses Mass Digitization Project as Fair Use

November 21, 2015, Comments Off on Another Page in the Google Books Saga: Appeals Court Blesses Mass Digitization Project as Fair Use
FTC OKs Facial Recognition Consent Under COPPA Rule

FTC OKs Facial Recognition Consent Under COPPA Rule

November 20, 2015, Comments Off on FTC OKs Facial Recognition Consent Under COPPA Rule
California Beefs Up Encryption & Notice in Data Breach Law

California Beefs Up Encryption & Notice in Data Breach Law

October 27, 2015, Comments Off on California Beefs Up Encryption & Notice in Data Breach Law
The 2015 Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure: Changing the Way Civil Litigants Operate in Federal Court

The 2015 Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure: Changing the Way Civil Litigants Operate in Federal Court

October 26, 2015, Comments Off on The 2015 Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure: Changing the Way Civil Litigants Operate in Federal Court

Stories from the 2016 SLAPP Sheet »

2015: A Year-End Review of Litigation Using California’s Anti-SLAPP Statute

2015: A Year-End Review of Litigation Using California’s Anti-SLAPP Statute

February 4, 2016, Comments Off on 2015: A Year-End Review of Litigation Using California’s Anti-SLAPP Statute
Rehitching the Horse: Oregon Court 
of Appeals Adjusts the Anti-SLAPP Cart

Rehitching the Horse: Oregon Court 
of Appeals Adjusts the Anti-SLAPP Cart

February 2, 2016, Comments Off on Rehitching the Horse: Oregon Court 
of Appeals Adjusts the Anti-SLAPP Cart
State Supreme Court Strikes Down Washington’s Anti-SLAPP Statute

State Supreme Court Strikes Down Washington’s Anti-SLAPP Statute

February 1, 2016, Comments Off on State Supreme Court Strikes Down Washington’s Anti-SLAPP Statute
D.C. Circuit Rules Anti-SLAPP Law Inapplicable in Federal Court, Highlighting Need for Federal Anti-SLAPP Law

D.C. Circuit Rules Anti-SLAPP Law Inapplicable in Federal Court, Highlighting Need for Federal Anti-SLAPP Law

January 29, 2016, Comments Off on D.C. Circuit Rules Anti-SLAPP Law Inapplicable in Federal Court, Highlighting Need for Federal Anti-SLAPP Law