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eCommerce and Medicine results in Telemedicine

eCommerce Law Imagine receiving medical diagnosis via web as eCommerce and medicine results in telemedicine.  Would the FCC approve it?  Not so fast.   FCC is concerned that these services would require prioritization for data and real time performance, i.e., reliability of service.  The FCC is concerned with equality and at the same time, it is…

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Domain Names and Trademark Suffixes

Domain Names and trademark suffixes being used brings a question to the forefront.  Can a generic top-level domain (gTLD) just be considered as part of a web address or should it be considered a source of the domain name registry? Top-level domains (TLDs) are administered by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) for the domain…

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Trademark Free Riding

Many brands in a strong competitive industry have the challenge of trademark free riding posed by not necessarily their own competitors.  Company brands struggle against other entities that are not necessarily in their industry, benefiting by their use of a similar if not identical mark from the reputation they have tried to build. This “free-riding”…

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Software Development

Software development and implementation is critical to the growth of a company’s innovation program. The source code is software development is a valuable trade secret and is transferable easily through varied mediums.  This is a challenging concern for trade secret – software owners. Challenging issues for intellectual property owners and the pursuit of prosecuting trade…

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Internet Privacy – Florida Privacy Protection Act

Internet Privacy Law – Florida Internet Privacy Law The flow of information from internet usage and ‘ Internet of Things’  is easily accompanied with its collection and systemic use for other purposes. Digital profiles are created with every online user’s key stroke, site visited, and key word used. In 2015, the Florida Legislature addressed many…

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Internet of Things and Google

Internet of things and Google is the theme underlining Google establishing an internet of things (Iot) central system called Brillo. Google Brillo is designed to run on and connect multiple low-power devices, connecting anything from a washing machine to a rubbish bin and linking in with existing Google technologies. The move is an expansion of the company’s…

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Spying On Emails

(Reuters) – Spying on emails has drawn the attention of the courts. A U.S. judge ordered Yahoo Inc to face a nationwide class-action lawsuit accusing it of illegally intercepting the content of emails sent to Yahoo Mail subscribers from non-Yahoo Mail accounts, and using the information to boost advertising revenue. In a decision late Tuesday…

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