The Delaware Court of Chancery is considering an argument that a hyperlink to an allegedly defamatory article, for purposes of overcoming a statute of limitations defense, constitutes republication.
The increasing popularity of convertible debt deals in recent years has turned up the volume on a now raging debate: What is the preferred deal structure – convertible debt or priced equity rounds?
Google’s changing the Internet again. And not everyone is happy about it.
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled in the case of Schrems vs. Data Protection Commissioner that the access enjoyed by the US intelligence services to the transferred personal data constitutes an interference with the right to respect for private life and the right to protection of personal data, which is contrary to the principle of proportionality because said surveillance is mass and indiscriminate.
Moving UAS Policy Forward: FAA Expands Pathfinder Program to Enhance Drone Detection Efforts Near Airports
The FAA announced on Wednesday that it is expanding its UAS Pathfinder Program to include an agreement with CACI International Inc. to evaluate how the company’s technology can help detect UAS in the vicinity of airports.
On October 6, 2015, California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law Assembly Bill 1116 (A.B. 1116), which regulates the manner in which smart TVs must notify users of voice-recognition technology and may use recorded voice commands.
On October 5, the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services launched a new platform to enable developers of mobile health technology, as well as others “interested in the intersection of health information technology and HIPAA privacy protection.”
“Healthcare IT” is a hot segment of the early stage investment market, both for entrepreneurial companies operating in this space and for private equity, venture capital and angel investors seeking to fund these types of companies.