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United States and Europe: Still an Ocean Apart When It Comes to Privacy Concerns

by Matthew L. Schafer Keg stands; beer bongs; just bad judgment in general is out there for everyone to see.  Indeed, your information has found a home in the digital cloud – on Twitter and Facebook; Flickr and Youtube.  For … Continue reading

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Before You Buy Our Product, Can You Help Us Sell It To You?

by Matthew L. Schafer In 2006, Jeff Howe told the indelible website Wired that there was something in the air.  What was it?  Crowdsourcing or the outsourcing of labor, creative processes, sweat equity, etc. to the audience.  While some were … Continue reading

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Youtube on lawsuit win: “Important victory” for billions of people

by Matthew L. Schafer Just over three years after Viacom International filed a complaint against Youtube, Inc. for allegedly infringing on Viacom’s copyrighted material, Youtube was handed a victory by a federal court. In the Opinion and Order of the … Continue reading

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