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JIPITEC – Journal of Intellectual Property, Information Technology and E-Commerce Law — jipitec

JIPITEC – Journal of Intellectual Property, Information Technology and E-Commerce Law — jipitec | laws | Scoop.it
New Issue of #JIPITEC, the ”Journal of Intellectual Property, Information Technology and Electronic Commerce Law” on: http://t.co/whnkl9kGJH
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STLR Symposium: Digital Copyright | Sampling, Mixes, & Mashups

On February 22, 2013, the Stanford Technology Law Review hosted its 16th annual symposium on "Copyright in the Digital Age." This year's symposium focused on...
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STLR Symposium: Digital Copyright | Social Media

On February 22, 2013, the Stanford Technology Law Review hosted its 16th annual symposium on "Copyright in the Digital Age." This year's symposium focused on...
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STLR Symposium | Emerging Issues of Secondary Liability in Trademark Law

The Stanford Technology Law Review Symposium was held at Stanford Law School on March 3rd, 2011. Scholars and noted practitioners from across the country con...
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ICT Accessibility Strategy Released in the US | FutureGov

ICT Accessibility Strategy Released in the US | FutureGov | laws | Scoop.it

The Office of Management and Budget in the US has released a new federal strategy for improving the accessibility of information technology for the disabled within federal agencies and websites.

 

Announced in a memo to CIOs, Chief Acquisition Officers (CAOs) and Senior Procurement Executives of federal agencies, the strategy aims to improve the implementation of Section 508, the federal law requiring all electronic and information technology (EIT) developed, procured, or used by the federal accessible to people with disabilities. 8 million Americans have vision difficulties and another 8 million have hearing difficulties.

 

The strategy declares that “implementation of Section 508 across agencies is not consistent, and a more comprehensive approach is needed to build and sustain an accessible Federal technology environment”. The plan focuses on management practices to increase transparency, strengthen accountability and improve collaboration regarding accessible EIT.

 

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US business groups worried by cybersecurity law aimed at China - Reuters

US business groups worried by cybersecurity law aimed at China - Reuters | laws | Scoop.it
ZDNet US business groups worried by cybersecurity law aimed at China Reuters The measure requires the NASA space agency, the Justice and Commerce departments and the National Science Foundation to get approval from law enforcement officials when...
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Thailand to reform cyber-crime law - FutureGov Magazine

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Thailand to reform cyber-crime law
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Thailand has three laws - the computer crime law, the e-transaction law and the data protection law - related to information technology and cyber security.
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TPB AFK: The Pirate Bay Away from Keyboard HD (multi subtitles)

TPB AFK: The Pirate Bay Away from Keyboard in HD ( Multi subtitles "click them on") This movie is not done by me !!! : Here is greeting from the maker... Dea...
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This documentary exposes the illegal side of multi-media copyright theft while equally highlighting judicial unfairness in dealing with the issue in this European state.

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STLR Symposium: Digital Copyright | Moral Rights

On February 22, 2013, the Stanford Technology Law Review hosted its 16th annual symposium on "Copyright in the Digital Age." This year's symposium focused on...
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STLR Symposium | Emerging Issues of Intermediary Liability in Privacy: Does Self-Regulation Work?

The Stanford Technology Law Review Symposium was held at Stanford Law School on March 3rd, 2011. Scholars and noted practitioners from across the country con...
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STLR Symposium | Emerging Issues of Secondary Liability Copyright Law

The Stanford Technology Law Review Symposium was held at Stanford Law School on March 3rd, 2011. Scholars and noted practitioners from across the country con...
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China Voices Opposition to US Curbs on IT Imports

China Voices Opposition to US Curbs on IT Imports | laws | Scoop.it
New U.S. provision requires Federal agencies to seek law enforcement approval before Chinese information technology

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