Crime and Punishment in Online Gaming Communities (Guest Post)

Patrick B. McDonald is a graduate of the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law with a passion for the law of copyright and technology.  He writes on the topic with a focus on video games and interactive media at videogamelaw.wordpress.com. It’s no secret that online gaming communities aren’t the nicest places to be.  It […]

A New Year Brings California Kids a Chance to Erase Their Internet Follies (Guest Post)

Christopher Anderson writes on behalf of CoverLaw, a firm specializing in business law in San Clemente, California. When he’s not writing or jamming on his Fender, he’s driving his kids crazy by monitoring their social media accounts like it’s going out of style. At some point or another, many of us have been thankful that […]

Minors Using Location-Based AR Games

Location-based augmented reality games–which require players to be physically present at a location to see and interact with certain digital content–are growing in popularity.  But this mainstream appeal has led to some chance encounters that have some players wondering whether they could get in hot water for making the wrong sort of teammates. One case […]

Digital Eyewear for Law Enforcement

I recently had the pleasure of speaking with Bill Switzer, head of CopTrax, a division of Stalker Radar in Georgia.  CopTrax is making a name for itself as the first company to offer a software solution to law enforcement officers based on Google Glass. On Friday, Sept. 13, 2013, the Byron Police Department in Georgia–a loyal Stalker […]