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Technology & Marketing Law Blog

The areas of Internet Law, Intellectual Property and Advertising & Marketing Law.

  • By Eric Goldman
  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly four posts per week
  • First post on

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Jan. 8, 2024 7
Jan. 15, 2024 5
Jan. 22, 2024 6
Jan. 29, 2024 3
Feb. 5, 2024 3
Feb. 12, 2024 6
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Most recent posts

Internet Access Providers Can Be Contributorily Liable for Subscribers’ Infringements–Sony Music v. Cox
As I’ve previously written, for many years after the DMCA passed, everyone assumed that 17 USC 512(a) completely shielded Internet access providers from liability for subscribers’ copyright infringements. Then, about a dozen years ago, the …
On , by Eric Goldman, 2,453 words
Snapchat Isn’t Liable for Offline Sexual Abuse–VV v. Meta
According to the complaint, a 12-year-old girl made a Snapchat account, connected with sexual predators on Snapchat, met them offline, and was sexually abused. She sued Snapchat for her harms. Snapchat successfully defends on Section …
On , by Eric Goldman, 1,189 words
Judge Reconsiders SAD Scheme Ruling Against Online Marketplaces–Squishmallows v. Alibaba
You may have heard about Squishmallow’s recent lawsuit against Build-a-Bear over plushy knockoffs. While that’s interesting, I’m focused on Squishmallow’s abuse of the SAD Scheme. I previously blogged about one such case, where Squishmallow sued …
On , by Eric Goldman, 1,499 words