IPTAblog is a blawg about "the relationship between the law, communications technology and the creative arts." Topics covered include fair use, copyright and Internet law.
"This is a spinoff of the firm's InfoLaw Newsletter, much like CSI: Miami is a spin-off from CSI. Except without all the corpses. The blog will feature shorter pieces, and ideally, reader feedback. Should be fun. Oh, yeah, and informative."
"Law, media, politics, and culture."
Posts cover legal news in the United Kingdom and Europe with a slight emphasis on media law.
Posts cover issues related to laws such as the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act and Communications Decency Act; laws and litigation related to data breaches, and rulings by the Federal Communications Commission.
This blawg covers news, legal or otherwise, with a focus on technology and privacy law.
Blog posts analyze the impact of social media on the law and also feature essays and general news on the intersection between the two.
"Insights at the intersection of digital advertising, new media, e-commerce and the law."
Posts about media relations and legal communications involved with litigation, including reviews of classic cases, cases in the news and tips for litigators.
"In creating Legal Ethics in Motion, our purpose is to provide student commentary on ethical issues affecting the legal community in the digital age. We will explore such topics as: social media, technology, and other breaking legal developments."
"LegalTXTS reports on the latest developments in law and technology, with an emphasis on legal issues regarding digital media, privacy and data security, and information management."
"IP maven Ron Coleman on developments in trademark, copyright, new media and free speech."
"Topics related to communications law and media policy."
Posts cover topics relating to a free press and open access to government proceedings.
Features news, issues and analysis related to media law topics.
Radio Berkman features conversations with and talks by leading cyberscholars, entrepreneurs, activists, and policy-makers as they explore topics such as the factors that influence knowledge creation and dissemination in the digital age; the character of power as the worlds of governance, business, citizenship and the media meet the Internet; and the opportunities, role and limitations of new technologies in learning."
"Make good law."
"This blog is dedicated to an open discussion of current workplace issues employers are facing as a result of today’s increasingly netWORKed workplace. We will also keep you posted on current events in the ever-changing legal landscape of technology in the workplace. How do you as an employer harness the power of the web and protect yourself at the same time?"
"Blog addresses various issues pertaining to copyrights, trademarks, internet law, business, the art market, and the practice of law."
"IP issues of importance in science, technology, health care, education, media and the arts."
"In patent law, PHOSITA is a mythical person of ordinary skill in the art. Why is PHOSITA important? In order to be patentable, an invention must not be obvious to PHOSITA. This blawg (legal blog) aims to provide intellectual property information, news and advice that is of interest to the PHOSITA in all of us."
Internet laws and the legal consequences of social media are covered by this blog, along with more general labor & employment and regulatory issues. There's a focus on Illinois, but federal laws are examined as well.
"The blog's main goal is to inform its readers about the legal issues that confront those who utilize social media."
"The number of businesses that are using the internet and social media to market their products is increasing exponentially all the time, which is why Sheppard Mullin has committed itself to providing regular updates and blog articles on social media and the ways in which the law intersects with it."
Posts cover legal questions that arise with the use of social media.