On July 30, 2015, the United States Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) published an update to its 2014 Interim Guidance on Subject Matter Eligibility (2014 IEG) published on December 16, 2014.
Over the past year, e-discovery issues have splashed the front pages of the newspapers even outside of the Court system.
Round One of Deflategate has concluded…it’s now time for Round Two.
It’s still summer, but it’s never too early for commercial broadcasters to start thinking about Biennial Ownership Reports.
As foreshadowed in a previous post in December last year, the Australian Parliament has now passed amendments to the Copyright Act 1968 to enable rights holders to apply for a court order requiring ISPs to block access to websites operated outside of Australia which provide access to infringing content (usually referred to as ‘site blocking’).
The European Union Data Protection Supervisor, Giovanni Buttarelli, recently released his non-binding recommendations on the draft EU General Data Protection Regulation, which is the subject of a so-called “trilogue” consultative process among officials of the European Commission, European Parliament and Council of Ministers to agree on final language of the regulations.
The mobile Health (mHealth) sector is rapidly developing and revolutionising the healthcare market.
Back in the olden days of last year, there was no particular reason for entertainment industry players to be particularly interested in the actual administration of the Internet, unless they were just curious.
As we discussed in last week’s Privacy Monday, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently released its Declaratory Ruling and Order clarifying and expanding the reach of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).
”Gates” as scandals probably started with Watergate but many other embarrassments followed suit with a similar gating moniker.