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First Amendment Dress Code Woes
A West Virginia high school student, after refusing a school administrator’s request to remove an more »
Myriad, Round 2
The Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments on Myriad Genetics today, just over 12 months more »
Privacy & Copyright Roundup
Two recent articles on happenings in privacy law: Court OKs warrantless use of hidden surveillance more »
It seems like there is going to come a point where technology will evolve beyond more »
Viacom v. Google Copyright Suit Back in Business
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It’s no secret that when David Kappos took the reins of the USPTO in mid-2009, a major focus of his administration would be on reducing the backlog of outstanding patent applications significantly. Now that his departure as head of the more »
School’s starting up, and we’re coming back strong! -The META Team
Er, the future of TV, at least. Yes. TV has a future, and it is coming fast. You should probably take a second to think about it, because this: Hulu Will Require Cable Subscription Sure, Hulu is heavily comprised of more »
“Context Shopping” is the concept whereby electronic data about consumers is gathered online to provide for a preference-based experience to end consumers. As Kevin O’ Keefe notes in his post, this is an emerging utility buttressed by the ubiquity of more »
This is a great article: Why a small startup was able to build Instagram, while a company like Eastman Kodak, was not? Culture is the catalyst for disruption. So even though Google or Facebook or Apple could have made Instagram, more »
Today the Supreme Court granted the petition for a writ of certiorari in AMP v. Myriad, then vacated and remanded to the Federal Circuit in light of the last week’s Mayo v. Prometheus decision. This isn’t too surprising, and is probably the more »