You’re reading a blog post, and thus need no primer on the prevalence of social media.
“Show Me” Software Taxation: Missouri Department of Revenue Issues Letter Ruling On Various Software Transactions
The Missouri Department of Revenue has issued a comprehensive letter ruling answering 12 software-related sales tax questions on issues concerning canned software, custom software, software licenses, software invoices, software installation and software maintenance agreements.
On September 24, IBM presented new capabilities of Watson – its artificial intelligence system – related to the interpretation of the increasingly vast amount of data available on consumer and business activities.
Policy and Legal Implications of Implementing Renewable Energy at Scale: Supply and Demand Geographic Mismatch
Because much of America’s renewable energy supply is inland and demand is on the coasts (about 52% of the U.S. population is coastal), demand cannot meet supply without extensive transmission networks.
A phishing attack is the leading type of data breach.
DMCA requires consideration of “fair use” before infringement can be alleged.
The U.S. Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) has been a potent tool for combatting copyright infringement on the Internet.
The Federal Communications Commission this summer released its much anticipated omnibus Declaratory Ruling and Order on the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
Cyberlaw negotiations are the theme of episode 82, as the US and China strike a potentially significant agreement on commercial cyberespionage and Europeans focus on tearing up agreements with the US and intruding on US sovereignty.
After over four years of negotiations, the European Union and the United States have agreed on a framework data protection agreement on 8 September 2015 (Umbrella Agreement).