The Mexican constitutional reform in telecommunications published last year acknowledged Internet access as a human right.
The clock is running down for the FCC’s sports blackout rules. The two-minute warning (actually, the 31-day warning) has been whistled.
As you probably read, the Texas Securities Board approved intrastate crowdfunding yesterday without limiting it to accredited investors. You can read the rules here.
If a company sues a competitor about an advertisement that the company believes is false or misleading about the company’s product, a court victory is frequently cause for a press release, as well as announcements on social media and to bloggers.
“Paper or plastic?” The age-old question, complicated by the creation of biodegradable plastic, has been broken down more.
On October 7, 2014, federal prosecutors in Virginia charged Hammad Akbar with manufacturing, advertising, and selling to retail customers a mobile phone spyware application called “StealthGenie.
Pending final approval by the Congress, on October 15 the Senate gave green light to the reform of the Spanish Intellectual Property law.
Net neutrality has in recent years become a prominent area of interest for BEREC – the Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications – which is composed of high level representatives of the relevant national regulatory authorities (NRAs) in each EU Member State.
We try to avoid puns in this blog but sometimes, well, we just can’t help it.
Keeping Watch Over the FTC’s Consumer Sentinel: How Businesses Can Use FOIA to Look Inside the FTC’s Hidden Complaint Database
Consumer complaints are a fact of life for even the most scrupulous businesses. When companies deal with consumers in a uniform yet large-scale manner, occasional lapses that generate ill-will are inevitable.