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Copyright Enters the Twilight Zone (A Series of Controversial Decisions May Not Be as Bad as They Seem: Part Two)

If you read the first part of this two-part post on some bizarre copyright decisions emanating from federal courts in 2018, you know I left you with a cliffhanger. Copyright law was seemingly turned on its head when a federal court judge in New York declared that embedding tweets with photos could be considered direct … Continue Reading

Coping with Social Media in the Workplace III

Whether employers like it or not, their employees are using social media. Since that can put the employer's business at risk, it's a good idea to have policies in place governing such use. The NLRB has recently provided some useful, and possibly surprising, guidance for social media policies.… Continue Reading