"With the adoption of the 3D Internet comes new legal issues—and we’re just beginning to see what they are. For instance, do items of virtual 'property' constitute legally recognizable property, with rights and obligations that go along with property law? What happens when conduct in games or virtual worlds infringe—or at least appear to infringe—intellectual property rights? What governments or sets of courts have jurisdiction over behavior in 3D Internet applications? All of these legal questions, and many more still await definitive answers. In the meantime, we have only limited legal precedents, statutory law, and regulations to guide companies hosting 3D applications, businesses establishing presences in virtual worlds, and users. The hosting companies have created their own private law by way of contract through their online 'terms of service,' which they hope will be enforced in court. Public and private law, however, still leave many gaps, and many legal questions remain unanswered. This blog will address the legal issues involved in virtual worlds and massively multiplayer online games and answer some of those unanswered questions."
Posts analyze and discuss legal issues relevant to arms control, including actions of the International Atomic Energy Agency and the dispute between the West and Iran over Iran's nuclear program.
"The business ingenuity law firm is the information law firm, so big data is our DNA. Whether we’re coming at it from information strategy, IP portfolio management, patents, trademarks, privacy, security, defensible destruction, records management, electronic transactions, contracts, litigation or vendor management, it’s increasingly all about the velocity, variety and volume of big data and how to make the most of it."
"An analysis of current issues in white collar defense." Topics include cybersecurity, federal sentencing and fraud.
"Our goal is to provide fresh insights not just on where the law has gone, with new decisions, new rules, trends, and other developments, but also on where the law looks to be going and where it should go, at least in our view. Our goal also is to help those looking to comply with ever-evolving, and sometimes inconsistent, e-discovery standards and principles emerging from the courts and other authorities, by providing pragmatic guidelines and other practical direction."
Posts cover a variety of legal news within the practice areas of the firm, including banking law, consumer law, securities fraud, cybersecurity, medical malpractice and others.
The blog's title stands for Journal of Things We Like (Lots). In posts, law professors evaluate the latest and greatest legal scholarship in their respective disciplines.
"Just Security is an online forum for the rigorous analysis of U.S. national security law and policy. We aim to promote principled and pragmatic solutions to national security problems that decision-makers face. Our board of editors include individuals with significant government experience, civil society attorneys, academics, and other leading voices. Just Security is based at the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice at New York University School of Law."
"The name Lawfare refers both to the use of law as a weapon of conflict and, perhaps more importantly, to the depressing reality that America remains at war with itself over the law governing its warfare with others." Posts cover subjects such as cybersecurity, international law as it relates to U.S. military operations, and anti-terrorism legislation from nations around the world.
"The LawLytics blog focuses on providing attorneys with up-to-date information about digital (and traditional) marketing, website design, search engines, social media, and technology as it pertains to lawyers."
The blog offers legal news about privacy and security in the U.S., particularly cybersecurity and changing privacy laws like HIPAA and FERPA.
"This blog is designed to provide legal professionals and risk managers with practical insights into regulatory developments, industry trends and current issues impacting the digital environment."
"The payments industry continues to undergo dynamic change along many dimensions—for example, the macroeconomic environment, product design and value propositions, tender types, technology, the identity and number of market participants, corporate and portfolio transactions, the role of the networks, legislation and regulations, and even the underlying regulatory paradigm. At the same time, many processes, requirements and other features of the industry remain relatively unchanged. The DWT Payments Team addresses these changes and continuities every day, leveraging our many years of industry experience and our presence on both coasts and in China. With paymentlawadvisor, we offer commentary on new developments that seem particularly significant, as well as resources that we believe can be helpful to others who are tasked with anticipating, understanding and addressing these developments."
Posts take note of consumer protection laws around the world, privacy law litigation and cybersecurity legislation.
Posts cover topics in Internet and Cybersecurity law, privacy law, and intellectual property as it related to technology.
"Computer security in plain English. Offers articles and short video tips regarding cybersecurity, computer forensics and related topics."
News and commentary about trade secrets, cybersecurity and non-compete laws. "Thursday Wrap-Up" is a weekly column.
"Covers the ABA Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section's series of podcasts, teleconferences, and live programs dedicated to disaster preparedness and response. It addresses issues arising out of disasters caused by foreign and domestic acts of terrorism, by negligent acts, by natural events and by threats to our cybersecurity and will confront the issues of preparedness, risk management, recovery and response, liability, insurance, claims and litigation."
Posts are devoted to cases of corporate espionage and computer fraud.