I Need More of Your Feedback on Facial Recognition Privacy

As I reported in January of this year, I am participating on behalf of AugmentedReality.Org in the Privacy Multistakeholder Process for Facial Recognition Technology being held by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration.  Between February and June of 2014, this collaborative gathering intends to hammer out a voluntary, enforceable code of conduct that specifies how the […]

Google Glass and the TSA

Can you use Google Glass in the airport security line? The TSA does not have a specific policy on this, but it does have a general stance on taking photos and video of airport security checkpoints: TSA does not prohibit the public, passengers or press from photographing, videotaping or filming at security checkpoints, as long […]

More Voices Join the AR Law Conversation

I’ve enjoyed occupying the “AR Lawyer” niche for the past several years. My first piece on augmented reality law was published in 2007. I launched the Augmented Legality® portion of this blog in January 2011, where I’ve addressed the subject regularly ever since.  On top of that have been dozens of articles, interviews, and public […]

Klout, Commercial Value, and the Right of Publicity

It was the Red Bull that got my attention.  Before then, I had “earned”” occasional “perks” through my Klout account–from brands I’d never heard of, like a new flavor of vodka or a romance novelist–but I hadn’t paid much attention to them. Red Bull, though, was a brand that meant something to me. And here […]