2015 could be remembered as the year the Internet domain game changed forever, with more than 1000 new generic top-level domains (gTLDs) being added to the roster. Taylor Swift and others may be buying up the adult web suffixes, but it’s the .sucks domain suffix that has people angry.
Who could have imagined even a decade ago that consuming media on a phone-like computer device we carried in our pockets or a purse would be more popular than watching television?
Can you use a trademark in your Twitter handle?
Current structural changes in China’s economy will have significant implications for Africa’s developmental ambitions.
The DOJ announced last November that it again was delaying the target date for publishing its proposed website regulations for state and local governments to December 2014, and its proposed website regulations for public accommodations until June 2015.
The EEOC Snares a $12.2 Million Settlement in Colorado, More Than Half What EEOC Recovered in All of 2014
The EEOC recently announced reaching its largest settlement in the last 2 years in EEOC v. Patterson-UTI Drilling Co. LLC, No. 15-CV-600 (D. Colo. Mar. 24, 2015).
In an unusual move for a divorce case, a Queens judge added Benny Tal’s business partners as defendants in Benny’s divorce action because the three men had colluded to hide Benny’s assets from his wife Michal.
Trendon Shavers, previous operator of Bitcoin Savings and Trust, pleaded not guilty last week to the first criminal securities fraud case to arise out of a bitcoin-related Ponzi scheme.
House Investigation Reveals Commerce Inspector General’s Pattern of Retaliation Against Whistleblowers
The House Subcommittee on Investigations & Oversight Committee on Science, Space & Technology opened an investigation two years ago on Commerce Inspector General Todd Zinser and his management of his office.