I love college basketball.  Given that my Missouri Tigers haven’t given me much to talk about, I thought we could discuss the efforts by this upset Duke fan to have her image removed from the Internet captured during the Miami – Duke game that snapped Duke’s incredible 41-home-game winning streak.  You can read about

5.  Using Images Without Permission is No Monkey Business

From the Wikimedia Commons website

This was one of the more interesting stories of the year – does the photographer who set up everything to allow for a monkey to take a selfie own the copyright to that selfie?  This year we

After looking at the most popular posts from 2012 in our last edition, today we look at what are likely going to be the big trends for 2013 in internet and marketing law.  

Privacy and COPPA – Although this issue is not likely to dominate the general business population, privacy and COPPA will continue to

Notwithstanding my area of practice, I have so far successfully avoided the iPhone craze.  In fact, I have managed to avoid the entire i-craze.  No iPhone, no iPad, no iPod. 

I’m not trying to make some social statement against the closed nature of Apple products.  I’ve just gotten by with other mp3 players.  On the

While I love staying up with the online legal issues, I have been more focused on trying to conquer mountains, rocks and rapids this past week.

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So, that means I will just send some links of some interesting things I’ve read while on the road.

Yelp! successfully defended its defamation and DTPA case from Evan