The Belgian Privacy Commission has finally clarified whether or not, and under which circumstances an employer is allowed to monitor the use of internet, e-mail and other e-communication tools by its employees.
Last night, a substantial majority of Senators voted to end debate and thus to advance the Marketplace Fairness Act, a bill that would allow states to require “remote” retailers to collect sales taxes on purchases “sourced to” that state.
One of the leading annual studies analyzing the causes of data breaches was released earlier today. The 2013 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report analyzes what is causing data breaches, how the breaches are occurring, who are the hackers and the victims, and what trends can be gleaned from this information.
President Obama has released a budget plan for the 2014 fiscal year that increases funding for the development of clean energy.
The past year has showcased major developments in cybersecurity: unprecedented thefts and attacks, with losses estimated in the hundreds of billions of dollars; expanding sector-specific cybersecurity statutes and regulations
Choosing the best type of entity for a company can be a challenge. C corporations are the norm for most emerging growth businesses, particularly those raising money from investors.
Arbitrator Did Not Exceed His Powers by Awarding Perpetual License in All Intellectual Property Rights for Video Game
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals recently held that an arbitrator did not exceed his powers when he expanded an eight-year license to use a video game’s trademarks into a perpetual license to use all the intellectual property rights associated with the game.
The district court in New York dismissed Viacom’s lawsuit against YouTube yesterday. Yes, this case has been on appeal and remanded several times.