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Netflix and Amazon seem to be in a little bit of trouble.  Jerry Kowal, the former director of content at Netflix, has sued both companies based on a number of allegations, including defamation, [...]

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When entering the job market, we have all heard the familiar phrase, “Be careful what you put on Facebook!” It should go without saying that when you learn information sealed under a confidentiality agreement, you should “be careful what you put on Facebook!” Recently, a (now) famous violator of this idiom, Ms. Dana [...]

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Google Buzz Causes Uproar Over Privacy Concerns

On February 19, 2010 By JETLaw

Last Tuesday, Google announced its new social networking tool, Google Buzz, to mixed reviews. Google Buzz allows users to share status updates, images, and videos through a new tab in Gmail, and will also be available on the iPhone and Android based phones. This new feature looks like Google’s attempt to compete with [...]

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President Obama Brings Change, And Not Just to Politics

On January 23, 2009 By JETLaw

Unlike the last time a new President took over the West Wing, the members of President Obama’s staff came into their new offices Tuesday to find their keyboards intact — all of the O’s were still in place. But for an administration that ran a famously high-tech campaign, the keyboards may have been the only [...]

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