New Rules applying to IP Licenses in Europe starting May 1, 2014

On March 21, 2014 the European Commission, pan-European enforcer of antitrust rules, adopted a new version of its … Continue Reading

Internet Governance in the Age of Surveillance

If the Internet international archives will register 2013 as the year of Edward Snowden and the disclosure of … Continue Reading

U.S. v. Cotterman: Ninth Circuit Holds Reasonable Suspicion Required for Forensic Laptop Search at the Border

The Fourth Amendment generally requires that government searches must be reasonable, which typically can be satisfied via a warrant. Searches … Continue Reading

Golan v. Holder and the URAA's Impact on the Public Domain

Peter and the Wolf, a symphony written by Sergei Prokofiev in 1936, recently received national attention through the … Continue Reading