Cyber Security: Forewarned is Fair-Warned

By | Tilting the Scales | July 24, 2014

When Wei Wong, owner of Sushi Mushi, a popular Japanese food bistro in Texas, installed a phone add-on to take credit and debit card payments straight from his employees’ phones, his revenues skyrocketed. Yesterday the Feds told him that his customers’ credit and debit card numbers were posted for sale on an underground website.

The Copyright Office Requests Further Comments in Its Inquiry On Music Royalties and Licensing

By | Broadcast Law Blog | July 24, 2014
The Copyright Office Requests Further Comments in Its Inquiry On Music Royalties and Licensing

We’ve already written twice about the copyright issues being considered this summer before various agencies and branches of government – all dealing with music licensing issues (see our previous Summer of Copyright articles here and here).  The pattern continues, as the Copyright Office has now requested further comments on music licensing issues, following up on its roundtables held across the country during the month of June to discuss its music licensing inquiry begun in the spring.