Privacy Papers, Part 6 – Michael Kasdan (@michaelkasdan) has shared a tweet with you

The PrivacyPapers was released over a two week period of emails by Michael Kasdan, who has generously given us permission to post it in its entirety over several posts. You can search Twitter: #PrivacyPapers, for the content and to share comments. 6. Privacy Papers – Michael Kasdan (@michaelkasdan) has shared a tweet with you From: privacy-papers@googlegroups.com [mailto:privacy-papers@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Michael Kasdan Sent: Wednesday, August 21, 2013 To: privacy-papers@googlegroups.com Subject: Michael Kasdan (@michaelkasdan).. Read More

Privacy Papers, Part 5 – The Federalist Papers on Privacy – Intermezz.

The PrivacyPapers was released over a two week period of emails by Michael Kasdan, who has generously given us permission to post it in its entirety over several posts. You can search Twitter: #PrivacyPapers, for the content and to share comments. 5. Privacy Papers – The Federalist Papers on Privacy – Intermezz. From: Michael Kasdan Sent: Wednesday, August 21, 2013 To: Michael Kasdan Subject: Federalist Papers Quote More food for thought: “The advancement.. Read More

Privacy Papers, Part 4 – 1.1 – The End of Privacy? Like It’s 1999…

The PrivacyPapers was released over a two week period of emails by Michael Kasdan, who has generously given us permission to post it in its entirety over several posts. You can search Twitter: #PrivacyPapers, for the content and to share comments. 4. Privacy Papers – 1.1 – The End of Privacy? Like Its 1999… From: privacy-papers@googlegroups.com [mailto:privacy-papers@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Michael Kasdan Sent: Thursday, August 22, 2013 To: privacy-papers@googlegroups.com Cc: Chana Subject: Privacy.. Read More

Privacy Papers, Part 3 – 1.0

The PrivacyPapers was released over a two week period of emails by Michael Kasdan, who has generously given us permission to post it in its entirety over several posts. You can search Twitter: #PrivacyPapers, for the content and to share comments. 3. Privacy Papers – 1.0 From: Michael Kasdan Sent: Monday, August 19, 2013 To: privacy-papers@googlegroups.com Cc: Michael Kasdan Subject: Privacy Papers – 1.0 Welcome to The Privacy Papers (Friend us on Facebook!!.. Read More

Privacy Papers, Part 2 – Kicking Off… (!!)

The PrivacyPapers was released over a two week period of emails by Michael Kasdan, who has generously given us permission to post it in its entirety over several posts. You can search Twitter: #PrivacyPapers, for the content and to share comments. 2. Privacy Papers – Kicking Off From: Michael Kasdan Sent: Sunday, August 18, 2013 To: privacy-papers@googlegroups.com Subject: The Privacy Papers — Kicking Off… (!!) #Privacy Papers Take One: The Roster (AKA Who.. Read More

Privacy Papers, Part 1 – Roll Call

The PrivacyPapers was released over a two week period of emails by Michael Kasdan, who has generously given us permission to post it in its entirety over several posts. You can search Twitter: #PrivacyPapers, for the content and to share comments. 1. Privacy Papers – Roll Call From: Michael Kasdan Sent: Wednesday, August 14, 2013 To: Potential Participants Subject: Privacy Papers – Roll Call Well, hello there. If you are receiving this email,.. Read More

Intellectual Property Law in the Information Age: An Interview with Professor Jeanne Fromer

Trying to harness the free-flowing, intangible nature of the creative process and place it into the more rigid confines of the law can be a challenging and complicated process. How can lawyers better address and understand the rapidly changing field of intellectual property law? What types of new processes and thought patterns can they adopt to keep up with technology, art and innovation in the information age? I recently sat down with Professor.. Read More

Username Squatting and Reverse Username Hijacking on Twitter

Cybersquatting, the practice of buying up domain names that are identical or confusingly similar to trademarks in order to sell them to the trademark owner for a hefty profit, can be dealt with under the Lanham Act 43(d) (15 U.S.C. § 1125(d) or Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act (ACPA)) or under the Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution Procedure (UDRP). The latter is a system set up by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).. Read More