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Keep on top of legal developments in liability and insurance coverage issues relating to computers — from network security to packaging and protecting digital assets — with Computer Technology Law Report, the most authoritative, objective new publication in this emerging practice area.

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  • Insure against cyber-risks. Manage insurance for digital assets and risks, and identify emerging sources of recovery for computer-related losses.
  • Protect your clients. Keep up with groundbreaking legislation and be prepared to comply with new regulations.
  • Develop sound legal strategies by following ongoing litigation and the latest court decisions.
  • Learn who's liable when servers fail, which states are setting standards, and other answers to key questions.
  • Practice on the cutting edge with comprehensive, in-depth coverage of major legal issues affecting the computer technology industry. Better understand related areas of the law.
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Notification: current reports providing news and developments

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Print and Web notification formats are issued and available twice-monthly. Print current reports are indexed every four months, cumulating annually. Web current reports are archived to 5/05/2000. E-mail summaries, providing the highlights and table of contents for each report, with URLs to full text articles and documents are also available.

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  • Antitrust issues
  • Computer technology exports
  • Contract liability
  • Copyright protection
  • Defective hardware and software products
  • Design patents
  • Digital assets
  • Insurance coverage for computer-related liabilities
  • Network security
  • "Open source" software licensing and development
  • Patent protection
  • Reverse engineering
  • Software licensing
  • Software piracy
  • Tort liability
  • Trademark protection
  • Uniform Computer Transaction Act
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August 01, 2014
  • S.D.N.Y.'s Approval of Broad E-Mail Warrant Signals Significant Circuit Split
  • Court Cites Riley v. California in Civil Case Denying Inspection of Ex-Employees' Phones
  • Yelp! Review-Filtering Touting Commercial Speech, Not Subject to Anti-SLAPP Motion
  • Images Used in Digital, Second Print Runs Infringed ‘Invoiced' Copyright License Limits
  • Parents Sustain Claims for Minors' in-App Purchases Using Google Play Payment Info
  • Unsigned Terms of Service Did Not Contradict Affidavit Describing E-Contracting Processes
  • Suit Against Google Unified Privacy Policy Barely Survives Third Motion to Dismiss
  • 9/11 Commissioners Say U.S. Terror Threat High from Hackers
  • Proposed Bill Would Crack Down on Fraud; Expand Spoofing Ban to Texts, Internet Calls
  • Issa Seeks to Immunize Whistle-Blower In Probe of FTC Data Security Efforts
  • Issa Blasted for ‘Interfering’ With FTC Data Security Case
  • Senate Faces Industry Pressure To Pass Cybersecurity Legislation
  • CFPB Begins Taking Prepaid Card Complaints As Agency Prepares Rule with Protections
  • Treasury Working on Cloud Tax Guidance As Questions on Income Type, Source Grow
  • Supreme Court Continues to Build Out Its Framework for Patent Eligibility in High-Tech and Life Sciences Sectors
  • Complying With the New Canada Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL): Practical Advice for U.S. Businesses
July 18, 2014
  • FTC Challenges Amazon's Unlawful Billing Of Children's Unauthorized In-App Charges
  • Copyrighted Photo's Role in Blog Criticism Entitled to Infringement ‘Fair Use' Defense
  • West, Lexis Make ‘Fair Use' of Briefs By Transforming Them into Searchable Texts
  • WordPress Publisher Not Liable for Content Breaching Site Terms of Service
  • New York County's Cyberbullying Law Is Overbroad, Violates Free Speech Rights
  • Ad-Supported Internet Content Patent To Be Reconsidered in Light of Alice Ruling
  • Lawyers May Advise Clients to ‘Take Down' Facebook Posts, but Must Preserve Deletions
  • Ninth Circuit Revises Garcia Injunction Pointing to Lower Court's Remaining Latitude
  • FTC Releases Updated Document Summarizing Privacy, Security Efforts
  • ABA IPL Section Calls on Congress To Address Massive Offshore Internet Piracy
  • Senate Panel Approves Bill To Unlock Mobile Phones
  • Senate Panel OKs Bill to Resolve Cyberthreat Data-Sharing Risks
  • Group Asks FTC to Probe Facebook's Changes to User News Feeds for Study
  • Groups Slam ‘Weak’ Privacy Board Report Finding Web Surveillance Program Lawful
  • CBO: State, Local Jurisdictions Could Lose Millions From Internet Tax Bill
  • U.S. Internet Gambling Laws: An Update
July 04, 2014
  • High Court Overturns 2d Cir., Says Aereo Publicly Performs Copyrighted Broadcasts
  • Aereo Court Ruling Sidesteps Cloud Computing Copyright Questions
  • Man Who ‘Piggybacked' off Neighbor's Wi-Fi Lacked Privacy Expectation in Wireless Signal
  • Google and Android Smartphone Makers Dodge Gemalto's Patent Infringement Claims
  • Mere Implementation of Abstract Idea With Computer Not Eligible for Patent
  • Delegating Moderator-Like Functions Fails To Create Liability for Defamatory Posts
  • Police Can't Hold Indefinitely Digital Files That Are Beyond Scope of Search Warrant
  • Compelled Disclosure of Encryption Key Wasn't Covered by Act-of-Production Rule
  • Digital Data Entitled to Greater Privacy Than ‘Physical Items,’ Supreme Court Says
  • FDA Releases Two Draft Guidances On Social Media for Drug, Device Industry
  • Senate Committee Approves Two Bills To Beef Up U.S. Cyberdefenses
  • FinCEN to Start Checking Virtual Currency Entities to Ensure BSA/AML Compliance
  • Bitcoin to Get Scrutiny from Consumer Bureau After GAO Prodding
  • Internet Tax Moratorium Bill May See House Vote in July, Goodlatte Says
  • Mobile Application Development: The Next Frontier for Government Compliance
  • Regulating Broadband Under Title II? Not so Fast
June 20, 2014
  • Fourth Amendment Requires Warrant For Stored Cell Site Data, 11th Cir. Says
  • Sony Agrees to Reimburse ID Theft Charges, Offer User Benefits to Settle Breach Lawsuit
  • 2nd Circuit Affirms That Creation of Full-Text Searchable Database of Works Is Fair Use
  • Tweets to Woo Clients for Shareholder Suits Are Allowed, but Must Bear Advertising Label
  • Linkedin Ordered to Face Claims It Misused User E-Mail Contacts
  • Plastic Surgery Patient Right of Publicity Violated by Before and After Picture Posting
  • Virginia Supreme Court to Review Order Requiring Yelp to Unmask Anonymous Users
  • CFPB Head Fields Senate Banking Questions; Prepaid Card Proposal Seen Later in Year
  • Bitcoins Seized from Silk Road To Be Sold at Auction in June
  • Even Toilets Aren't Safe as Hackers Target Connected Homes
  • Bitcoin Exchange Accounts Should Be Reported on FBARs, Analysts Say
  • FCC to Evaluate Peering Disputes Separately From Net Neutrality Proceeding
  • Uniform Law Commission Releases Final Draft of Digital Assets Access Proposal
  • Facebook Is Immune from Lawsuit Over Anti-Semitic Page, D.C. Circuit Rules
  • U.S. White House Reports on Big Data: Acknowledging the ‘New Normal’
  • Musical Chairs in Reasonable Royalty Hypothetical Negotiations: Who Occupies the Seat at the Table Across From the Accused Infringer
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