Bureau reiterates view that using “deauthentication frames” to bounce hotspot users constitutes prohibited “interference”.
As boyfriends, girlfriends and the curious-the-world-over google “how to get to the dark web” and “Ashley Madison” in order to find the data dump the Impact Group unleashed on the “dark web” late Monday night, we thought it was a good time to remind the teams that service entertainers and athletes what they can do when your client’s private moments find their way to the very public Internet.
Third Circuit Determines That New Jersey’s Partial Repeal of Its Sports Betting Prohibition is an Unconstitutional Violation of PAPSA
In a 2-1 decision this morning, the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit affirmed the District Court’s decision that New Jersey’s law partially repealing its prohibition against sports wagering violates the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act of 1992 (“PAPSA”).
Last week, the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit reviewed a TTAB decision that had refused outdoor apparel company Jack Wolfskin’s application to register its paw print logo.
The Location of the Public Inspection File of a College Radio Station When the Station’s Main Studio is in a Building Not Open to the General Public Addressed in FCC Consent Decree
How to deal with a noncommercial radio station’s public inspection file when the station is licensed to a college and has a main studio in a restricted-access student residence hall is a question that I have received repeatedly when I have conducted sessions on FCC rules at noncommercial broadcasters’ conventions and meetings.
According to a recent survey, more consumers are reading online reviews, they are forming opinions based on those reviews quicker, they are paying close attention to star ratings, and – in general – they are highly trusting of online reviews.
It’s not every day that a speech given by a publishing executive is truly noteworthy, but remarks given earlier this month by Robert Thomson, CEO of News Corp., are the exception to the rule.
Media Bureau announces 90-minute crash course in advance of biennial ritual.
Expanding “Flo and Eddie” theory beyond Sirius XM and Pandora, suits seek state-created performance rights royalties from broadcasters.