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Join legal blogger (and trained attorney) Denise Howell as she and Sarah Pearson discuss breaking issues in technology law, including patents, copyrights, and more.
Records live every Friday at 11:00am PT/2:00pm ET.
Public information that shouldn't be disclosed, Facebook firing, increasing importance of intellectual property, tweet copyrights, insignificance of privacy policies, and more.
Off-line jurors and the impact of limited jury pools, personal and private email zones, supreme court torrents, submarine patents, and more.
Mac App store experience, CES, Sandy Bridge and DRM, ramifications of everyone on-line, and more.
Liability based on IP addresses, FCC's new net neutrality rules, malicious impersonations, and more.
Patent pitfalls, website seizures, asking forgiveness vs. permission, IP law hindering creativity, most significant developments of 2010, and more.
On-time education, virtual social networks for kids, privacy bill of rights, implications of instant data distribution, and more.
Google bookstore lending, FTC tracking, Napsterizing our government, and more.
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