Infographic: Copyright on the Internet

This week’s post is brought to you courtesy of NeoMam Studios, which provided the following infographic (original here) summarizing some of the most significant events related to online copyright law. (Inexplicably, however, the 1999 publication of my law review note on the subject didn’t make the cut. I call shenanigans!) Thanks to NeoMam, and Happy […]

Digital Justice in Detroit

Earlier this week, I got the chance to speak at a Lawyers for the Creative Economy (LCE) Code event sponsored by Creative Many (formerly “ArtServe Michigan.”) The theme was “Cities, Privacy and IP in the Digital Now,” and I contributed some of my ideas about protecting artists’ intellectual property and creative uses for augmented and other digital media. The […]

#Ebola vs. #HIPAA – Privacy During an Epidemic

This month, the Office for Civil Right of the US Department of Health and Human Services released a bulletin clarifying how the Privacy Rule of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 applies “in light of the Ebola outbreak and other events.” The bottom line is that ” the protections of the Privacy […]

Rampolla Calls Out AR Companies for Alleged Astroturfing

Last week, AR blogger and Augmented Legality friend Joseph Rampolla published the results of his investigation into a group of individuals affiliated with the companies AugmentedRealityTrends.com (a collection of blog posts and nes articles about the AR industry) and SeeMore Interactive, which has a handful of AR-related apps in the iTunes app store. He documented the fact that […]