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"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."
"Regularly updated discussions of the confluence of law and technology."
BeSpacific "provides daily law and technology news with links to reliable primary and secondary sources on e-government, copyright, privacy, government documents, cybercrime and ID theft, the Patriot Act, and freedom of information, etc."
"Thoughts and opinions on high-tech public policy." Blawggers comment on telecom news, professional announcements and policy in the U.S. and abroad.
In the blawg's own words, it discusses "the nexus of legal rulings, Capitol Hill policy-making, technical standards development, and technological innovation that creates -- and will recreate -- the networked world as we know it. Among the topics we'll touch on: intellectual property conflicts, technical architecture and innovation, the evolution of copyright, private vs. public interests in Net policy-making, lobbying and the law, and more."
Posts cover cloud computing, net neutrality, and the blogger's own experiences with tech gadgets, social media and blogging.
"Observations on technology, law and lawlessness." Posts take note of laws related to computer-based crime, issues that arise with digital evidence in criminal cases, and how lawyers and jurors can commit ethical breaches through their use of technology.
Posts cover state and federal rulings related to cybercrime and the use of digital evidence in criminal cases.
Richard J. Bortnick is a partner at Cozen O'Connor in West Conshohocken, Pa.; Pamela Pengelley is an associate at Cozen O'Connor in Toronto who also authors Res Ipsa Loquitur.
"Chock full of information about current patent, trademark, and copyright issues, plus we discuss court procedure in IP cases. We also cover e-discovery trends, social media’s impact on litigation, software issues, celebrity branding, and famous trademarks. We explain what these cases mean, in plain English, and why we think they’re important—both legally and practically."
Discusses e-discovery issues, trends and news, including recent court cases and interviews with people in the legal industry.
"eDiscovery can be an intimidating monster and a huge financial burden. We believe that wasting time and money is a cardinal sin and we’re here to help. We show you how smart systems can make the most of your staff, technology, and budgetary resources and give you tips and advice for better eDiscovery practices."
"Esq.Wired is three lawyers viewing social media, technology and innovation through a legal lens and helping you and your business do the same."
Content on Filewrapper includes updates on intellectual property case law, legislation and regulatory activity, and intellectual property law in the news.
Game Dev Law is focused on collecting and outlining legal information that relates to video game development. It provides insight and advice on issues in the game development world and information for developers, who may not have the legal education they need.
Gaming and technology laws and news reviewed by an European lawyer.
Posts cover gene patent litigation and litigation related to genetic nondiscrimination rights.
Features comprehensive legal news summaries related to the Internet and high-technology.
Commentary on torts, disputes and insurance.
A claim construction and patent law blog with news of recent court rulings on the topics. Illustrations that accompany the author's analysis of court decisions show the patent claims at issue.
"In this blawg I address developments and trends at the intersection of technology, entertainment and media, and the law. As a technology and entertainment lawyer, as well as a professional musician, I hope to bring some clarity, spur some conversation and add a bit of humor to these topics. I’ll also share with you some of my music and that of my favorite other musicians."
"My primary research interests lie at the intersection of biotechnology and intellectual property. This blog provides analysis and commentary on recent developments relevant to this area of the law."
Most posts are docket listings of intellectual property cases in Indiana or a weekly digest of links to tech and IP news stories.
"This blog will primarily focus on topics that are of interest not only to IT companies, but also many non-technology companies that encounter issues related to information technology, privacy and safeguarding propriety data." Also discusses intellectual property laws and issues.
"Legal developments involving the Internet and new technologies." Most posts summarize federal and state court decisions related to social media, blogging and copyright.