Computer Fraud and Abuse Act Claims Versus State Equivalents and Sufficiently Pleading Digital Claims
Posted By: Geoff Morris In Capitol Audio Access, Inc. v. Umemoto, the United District Court, Eastern District of California, granted in part and denied in part the Defendant’s Fed.R.Civ.P. Rule 12(b)(6) Motion to Dismiss. The court dismissed the Plaintiff’s Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (“CFAA”), Stored Communications Act (“SCA”), and trespass claims. However, the court […]
Posted By: Ross Arkin Stay tuned for more after these messages. No, seriously, stay tuned. Please. I asked nicely. You better watch these ads or else. With more and more consumers finding more and more ways to avoid watching commercials, it’s not surprising that this seems to be the tone that broadcasters are […]
Posted by: Taylor Durbin Linux is a free open source operating system that is controlled by the General Public Lease (“GPL”). This lease allows for the creation of derivative works stemming from the core coding of Linux as long as it remains free. The GPL allows people and companies to charge for installation and […]
Video Game Emulators and Roms: How the Law Could Have Worked, and Should Today, to Protect Video Game Companies
Posted By: Paul Isso Super Mario Brothers 3. Sonic the Hedgehog. Zelda. Space Harrier. Double Dragon. The list can go on forever… Those are just some of the nostalgic game titles that come to mind when reflecting on past Nintendo and Sega games that became international successes in the 80’s and 90’s – with gamers still playing […]
The California Revenge Porn Law is a Step in the Right Direction Toward a Means of Internet Regulation, but How Well Can it be Enforced in that Realm?
Posted By: Paul Isso Today the most common ways of distributing photos are by posting them online or sharing them through text messages. With the number of social networking sites and innumerable number of users today, it makes you wonder how state and federal governments can feasibly regulate content that is posted to the Internet. […]