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Newest teen heartthrob Justin Bieber has been making headlines in the United States. After performing on the talk show circuit last week, he performed at the White House Easter Egg Roll over the weekend. Behind the scenes, however, his manager has been making headlines of his own. Scott “Scooter” Braun recently [...]Continue Reading →
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Conservative man’s tweets regarding Obama assassination would receive no First Amendment protection.
Sony signs $200 million deal with Michael Jackson’s estate for ten projects over seven years.
Rapper DMX violates probation and gets six-month jail term.
Legal and ethical controversy raised by Virginia [...]Continue Reading →
Former Mean Girl, Lindsay Lohan filed a lawsuit on March 8 in New York’s Nassau County Supreme Court against E-Trade alleging that the milkaholic baby, Lindsay, in E-Trade’s Super Bowl commercial is actually a portrayal of herself. Lindsay is trying to milk E-Trade for 100 million dollars in damages and an [...]Continue Reading →
On March 18, 2010 By JETLaw March 18, 2010
Stay tuned for Is That Really Me?: Social Networking and the Right of Publicity in the Spring 2010 issue (Vol. 12, No. 2) of the Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law. The abstract for the note is below:
Social networking sites are ubiquitous in modern culture and popular with people of all ages [...]Continue Reading →
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Young German novelist claims “intertextuality,” not plagiarism, in face of praise-turned-criticism.
Department of Justice creates intellectual property task force to combat [...]Continue Reading →
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 [...]Continue Reading →
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Judge reduces jury verdict against Jammie Thomas-Rasset by 97%.
Pope encourages use of new media.
Actress [...]Continue Reading →
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Another professional athlete Twitter violation, but this one viewed as lacking merit.
Following death of Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chris Henry, teammate Chad Ochocinco decides not to [...]Continue Reading →
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) plans to punish bloggers who fail to disclose to readers their relationship with advertisers. The FTC has issued 81 pages of guidelines meant to inspire fair and transparent product reviews online. Bloggers who choose to ignore the new guidelines could face a range of penalties from a strongly-worded [...]Continue Reading →
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