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Computer and Internet Weekly Updates for 2018-09-15

Computer and Internet Weekly Updates for 2018-09-08 https://t.co/73OQ24rpg8 2018-09-09 Computer and Internet Weekly Updates for 2018-09-08 https://t.co/lSghWqDrrQ 2018-09-09 RT @FionaPLaw: McKeown J says #FairUse often referred to as the most “troublesome doctrine”. .@IPSANZ_inc https://t.co/q4T69psc3w 2018-09-09 Tips for e-Book Authors: When the … Continue reading

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Computer and Internet Updates for 2018-09-14

Computer and Internet Updates for 2018-09-13 https://t.co/tBV9sh0ml0 2018-09-14 Computer and Internet Updates for 2018-09-13 https://t.co/XybzvA5x7N 2018-09-14 Media monitoring service takes Fox News copyright fight to Supreme Court https://t.co/zOoFEEjMff 2018-09-14 EU Parliament Approves Watered-Down Copyright Directive https://t.co/DnoCW2IrWt 2018-09-14 Jurisdiction re prospectus liability. … Continue reading

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Internet Vendors Need to Pay Attention to these States After U.S. Supreme Court Alters Sales Tax Collection Standard

Venable clients that engage in selling goods and/or services over the internet should evaluate whether the recent Supreme Court decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair will now require them to begin collecting sales and use taxes in states where they … Continue reading

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Net neutrality gives “free” Internet to Netflix and Google, ISP claims

Enlarge (credit: Getty Images | nevarpp) Frontier Communications is asking employees for help in its fight against state net neutrality rules in California, claiming that the rules will give "free" Internet to major Web companies while raising costs for consumers. … Continue reading

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Brett Kavanaugh’s Internet

When the Supreme Court first encountered the internet, the justices expressed wonder at its potential.  “It is ‘no exaggeration to conclude that the content on the Internet is as diverse as human thought,’” marveled Justice John Paul Stevens, then the … Continue reading

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