Tag Archives: Network

Penetrating a Social Network: The Follow-back Problem

Penetrating a Social Network: The Follow-back Problem Fanyu Que, Krishnan Rajagopalan, Tauhid Zaman (Submitted on 8 Apr 2018) arXiv:1804.02608 [cs.SI] (or arXiv:1804.02608v1 [cs.SI] for this version) “Modern threats have emerged from the prevalence of social networks. Hostile actors, such as … Continue reading

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Why Network Effects Matter Less Than They Used To

Catherine Tucker (MIT) has a short piece in the Harvard Business Review on Why Network Effects Matter Less Than They Used To. Given this week's Supreme Court American Express case, it is worth a read. Some highlights: For one thing,… … Continue reading

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Twitter is a must for legal network and association leaders

I saw in my feeds yesterday that Arizona Attorney, Jill Wiley, had been named the new chair of the board of Meritas, a global alliance of independent law firms. Word of Wiley’s appointment came from an Asian business publication, which by … Continue reading

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German Court: TV show may not use ‘bloopers’ from other network without permission

This cat is amusedIn a judgment dated 20.04.2018 (case No. 6 U 116/17), the Higher Regional Court of Cologne found that short video clips taken from other networks' TV shows for entertainment purposes are not permissible as a parody or a quotation and thus … Continue reading

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Final UK network and information security laws published – OUT-LAW.com

‘UK laws which will implement the EU’s Network and Information Security (NIS) Directive have been finalised and published.’ Full StoryOUT-LAW.com, 27th April 2018Source: www.out-law.com Read more detail on Recent Law Librarian posts –

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