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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 →
On March 1, 2010 By JETLaw March 1, 2010
Imagine the following scenario: A group of students harasses another student who is autistic. The group videotapes its bullying behavior of the student. Someone decides to upload the video to the Internet. After receiving complaints, the website hosting the video immediately removes it. Has a crime been committed?
While most may agree that the actions [...]Continue Reading →
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Google and NSA team up to fight cyberattacks.
Scientists discover energy teleportation.
Seventh Circuit upholds prison ban on Dungeons & Dragons against First and Fourteenth Amendment challenge.Continue Reading →
On October 12, 2009 By Lauren Kilgore July 24, 2010
Corporate radio and mainstream record labels have long enjoyed a seemingly symbiotic relationship that serves their mutual interests in the music industry–making money. Labels provide stations nationwide with the records of up-and-coming artists, and radio stations turn those artists, like Britney Spears and John Mayer, into mega-stars–or so they say. With the demise of Continue Reading →
Back in December 2008, Warner Music Group pulled its music from YouTube when the two parties could not reach agreement on a new licensing arrangement. The agreements between YouTube and the major record labels apply to official and unofficial videos, so that move affected regular users who uploaded videos containing Warner [...]Continue Reading →
While the techie side of our journal’s mission receives lots of attention here on the JETLaw Blog, we do sometimes crawl out of our 1970s dorm-style basement office long enough to watch some television and refill on Cheetos and clean socks. Hence, not even I was immune to noticing this week’s MTV Video Music Awards [...]Continue Reading →
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Youtube looking to get into the movie rental business.
Amazon makes amend for deleting Orwell from Kindles.
Open-source digital camera developed at Stanford.
Annie Leibovitz’s story underscores the danger [...]Continue Reading →
YouTube and the music industry might have finally found a way to work together. Google, YouTube’s owner, and Universal Music Group (UMG) announced the upcoming launch of their new site, VEVO. YouTube’s Chris Maxcy describes VEVO as “a music and video entertainment hub that will feature UMG’s premium video content.” Viewers will be [...]Continue Reading →
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