Articles by Deborah Goldman
Deborah Goldman is a 2L at the Washington College of Law with an interest in IP Law and Media/Communications Law. She is a junior blogger for the Intellectual Property Brief and a member of the Legislation and Policy Brief. A New York native, she graduated from Binghamton University in 2011 with a B.A. in political science with a concentration in politics and law.
Facebook is being sued over its use of the phrase “Timeline,” and this case is going to court.
The White House fires back at the ruling that cell phone unlocking is illegal under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, and it’s not alone.
Apple was granted trademark registration for its retail store layout, and it’s not as ridiculous as it sounds.
In response to a decision out of the Second Circuit, Congress has acted to expand the scope of trade secret protection.
The Federal Trade Commission just announced amendments to the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act rule. Do you know how safe your children are on their mobile devices?
Five of the major internet service providers are rolling out a new plan to combat copyright infringement. But will this latest attempt to stifle online piracy be successful? It remains to be seen.
California Governor Jerry Brown signed two bills into law, which protect potential employees and students from unwanted invasions into their social media profiles, yet again raising questions of data ownership and privacy on the Internet.