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In the news…
- When you die, what happens to your “digital assets”?
- Federal Circuit affirms district court’s denial of Google’s attorney-client privilege claim over an autosaved email
- Netflix settles video privacy action for $9 million
- First Circuit affirms dismissal of songwriter’s claims against Bon Jovi
- Could “lock-out” clauses become the new “force majeure” of sports sponsorship agreements?
- Could the composition and appointment of the Copyright Royalty Board be unconstitutional?
- Typosquatting sites Wikapedia and Twtter shut down and fined £100,000
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