Apps and Jurisdiction: Are apps automatically creating personal jurisdiction for app creators?

Posted by Cyberbear on April 28, 2015 in Internet, Litigation, Mobile Phones |

Posted by: David Medina April 19, 2015   The law on internet jurisdiction has been complicated from day one. Prior to the internet, a company’s actions had to be fairly deliberate to cause them to be exposed to personal jurisdiction in a given state. The reason for such a relatively strict rule was that otherwise, […]

Wearable Technology Increases Need for Data Protection Reform

Posted by Cyberbear on April 28, 2015 in Computer Hardware, Legislation, Mobile Phones |

Posted by: Kyle Sol Johnson April 18, 2015 Wearable technology such as the new Apple Watch, Google Glass, and exercise tools like FitBit appear to be the next frontier in personal consumer tech. The $14 billion dollar industry is projected to quintuple over the next decade. The primary sector in this industry is the healthcare […]

Did the Librarian forget the iPod Touch and the iPad?

Posted by Cyberbear on November 29, 2010 in Computer Hardware, Computer Software, Copyright Law, DMCA, Legislation, Mobile Phones |

Posted By: Ronald Rasmussen The Librarian of Congress on July 26, 2010, announced six classes of works that are now exempt from the prohibitions against circumvention of technological measures controlling access to copyrighted works. This meant that persons making noninfringing uses of works in those six classes are not subject to the portions of the […]

SEXTING: RELATIONSHIPS IN CYBERSPACE CREATE LEGAL ISSUES

Posted by Cyberbear on November 29, 2010 in Internet, Legislation, Litigation, Mobile Phones |

Posted By: Joseph Duerst In an episode of the television show Seinfeld, when George is caught with large prints of semi-nude photos of himself taken for a photo shop woman he was trying to impress, Jerry Seinfeld calls it, “the timeless art of seduction.” The episode made light of the lengths that people will go […]

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Jailbreaking and Games Consoles

Posted by Cyberbear on November 12, 2010 in Computer Hardware, Copyright Law, DMCA, Mobile Phones, Tech News |

Posted by: Andrei Toma A few months ago the Librarian of Congress decided that jailbreaking your own iPhone is legal. What about game consoles? For people unfamiliar with the terminology, jailbreaking originally referred to a process which allowed iPhone users to unlock their phone’s operating system in order to gain complete control of their phone […]

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