Google AdWords and Trademarks: The Difficulties and the Confusion

Posted by Cyberbear on March 31, 2017 in Litigation, Trademark |

Posted By: Aidan L. Clark Avoiding consumer confusion is the paramount goal of trademark law. Being able to identify a name or slogan—called a mark—with a certain product, service, or source of that product or service, can only benefit a well-running consumer market. As with many of our laws in the United States, they were drafted […]

Is Regulation of Encryption a Regulation of Free Speech?

Posted by Cyberbear on March 25, 2017 in Computer Software, Encryption, Internet |

Posted By: Aidan L. Clark   Could the government regulate encryption? Encryption is a word that is used quite often in the public vernacular. At times, encryption is used as a general term, which is invoked when one is referring to concepts of digital information security and securing content of communications. Oftentimes, encryption code is […]

Playing Whac-A-Mole with Internet Piracy: Where is it Headed, and Will it Ever Be Stopped?

Posted by Cyberbear on March 24, 2017 in 3-D Printing, Copyright Law, Intellectual Property, Internet, Patents |

For years, the movie and music industries have been plagued by internet piracy through websites like The Pirate Bay, BitTorrent and Torrentz who have given users the ability to download and stream millions of their favorite songs and movies, right from their computer for free. Copyright protection has been evaded so well, that many companies […]

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