Parler has sued Amazon Web Services after Amazon suspended Parler’s hosting services on January 10th. But the lawsuit has a lot to say about Twitter. Maybe a little too much. Let’s review.
Recently, Google Stadia “Creative Director” Alex Hutchinson said that gamers should pay license fees for livestreaming video games. Let’s explore the legal question of whether livestreaming is a Fair Use or Copyright Infringement. Dan Hagen’s Research:
When he lit me up with reds and blues, I genuinely thought I’d done something wrong. Then I noticed the license plate was wrong and the driver wasn’t acting like a cop pulling me over.
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PUBG Not-a-Clone “Rules of Survival” developer NetEase has been sued by PUBG Corporate over allegations of copyright infringement.
NetEase has responded to the lawsuit with a Motion to Dismiss.
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During a sixth-grade choir class, an assistant principal allegedly ordered a mass, suspicionless strip search of the underwear of twenty-two preteen girls.
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