Justifying Video Game Piracy – The Out-of-Print Defense

Posted by Cyberbear on April 9, 2017 in Uncategorized |

Posted By: Ryan Rempp   The video game emulator community argues that it is okay to download a video game if it is not in production and no longer in the primary market. Does that argument hold water, legally speaking?

Yelp – The New Teflon Dons?

Posted by Cyberbear on April 9, 2017 in Internet, Trademark |

Posted By: Stephen Timmer “Yelp Defeats Legal Challenge to its User Review Filter.” It is a headline that we have all become accustomed to seeing; the scales of justice tipping in the favor of the 800-lb. gorilla of review sites. As a refresher, Yelp is one of the most recognized review sites on the Internet. […]

The CDA – A Bulletproof Vest for Internet Service Providers?

Posted by Cyberbear on April 9, 2017 in CDA, Internet, Judicial Decisions |

Posted By: Stephen Timmer Super Mario’s Pizzeria is celebrating two years in business! His business is in highly competitive area surrounded by other, established pizza places like Luigi’s Lovely Pizza Pies. Mario prides himself on customer satisfaction, whether patrons dine in or if they order take out through his mobile phone app (powered, ironically, by […]

Can You Keep a Secret: Defending Trade Secrets in the Digital Age

Posted by Cyberbear on April 9, 2017 in Trade Secrets |

Posted By: Stephen Timmer   Aha! You are a computer and software salesperson that has finally found the angle necessary to break through and win the business of the fastest and steadily growing law firm in the country. You are sitting in a coffee shop with free and unsecured wi-fi when this epiphany comes to you; […]

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