• IP protection overseas not easy, experts explain

    … How do companies or individuals protect their intellectual property overseas? This has been the topic for robust discussions among content producers, providers, and distributors in the entertainment industry for some time. Complications exist in protecting IP rights abroad in countries such as China. The various international agreements do…

    Nicole Christman/ Biederman Blogin California- 2 readers -
  • Will millions curb Calif.’s runaway film trade?

    … While California, specifically Hollywood, is the legendary film and television capital of the planet, productions have been fleeing to shoot in other states. New York, Louisiana, Georgia — to name but a few competing states — and other countries abroad not only have coveted but they’ve snatched Hollywood’s runaway business, arguably in some…

    Nicole Christman/ Biederman Blogin California- 2 readers -
  • IAPP Privacy Academy: “Data Brokers Demystified”

    …,” or “prohibited.” Asses Privacy Impact. Conduct privacy-impact assessments for all products. If a product uses sensitive data, for instance, devise a way to use it in a limited fashion so as not to preclude economic value while still employing appropriate standards. Data-use Restrictions. Make sure that data is used only for the purposes intended…

    Meena Harris/ Inside Privacy- 2 readers -
  • Netflix urges FCC to block net mega-merger

    … Mergers are like marriages and sometimes all the related parties do not agree with the union. Since Comcast and Time Warner announced their proposed merger early last year, Netflix has publicly opposed this deal, calling the Comcast-Time Warner merger “anti-competitive.” Netflix has recently taken a more official step by submitting a Petition…

    Nicole Christman/ Biederman Blog- 10 readers -
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