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The Dark Overlord, a group of hackers best known for leaking the fifth season of Netflix's “Orange Is the New Black” earlier this year, has been banned from Twitter. The group had its main Twitter account suspended Friday, most likely after leaking addresses and phone numbers of several well-known [...]
Fri, Jun 23, 2017
Source: Variety
To sue Lionsgate for copyright infringement, Kevin Powell may have had no choice but to fess up to a journalistic no-no.read more [...]
Fri, Jun 23, 2017
Source: THREsq
Judge Jeffrey Minehart says filmmakers Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer have portrayed him "as a villain in their story of the righteous versus the wicked."read more [...]
Fri, Jun 23, 2017
Source: THREsq
The justices rule that local citizens shouldn't be forced to litigate in another country just because they've agreed to the social network's terms of use. read more [...]
Fri, Jun 23, 2017
Source: THREsq
The Apple-owned headphone company won a motion for summary judgement, but a jury — not a judge — will decide how much it's due.read more [...]
Thu, Jun 22, 2017
Source: THREsq
For those who might be interested in what I do with the rest of my time: I contributed an article to the most recent volume of the Washington University Journal of Law & Policy: Embracing New (and Old) Ideas, 53 Wash. U. J. L. & Pol'y 157 (2017). The [...]
Mon, May 15, 2017
Source: Law and the Multiuniverse
Several readers have asked the same question about the new(ish) Netflix series Iron Fist: how exactly could Danny legally recover a 51% interest in Rand Enterprises? This is a good question. Unfortunately the series doesn't give us quite enough information to answer it definitively, but I think there [...]
Thu, Apr 13, 2017
Source: Law and the Multiuniverse
This is a short, slightly ranty post about the new Wolverine movie Logan. It's a great movie, but a throwaway bit of exposition struck a lawyerly nerve. Major spoilers below. Midway through the film it's revealed that Laura (aka X-23) is the product of a Transigen corporate project to [...]
Tue, Mar 07, 2017
Source: Law and the Multiuniverse
(This guest post was written by Scott Maravilla. Scott writes at the Contract Law Profs Blog and is an alumnus at the PrawfsBlawg. By day, Scott is an Administrative Judge at the Federal Aviation Administration, although all of the opinions expressed in this post are Scott's own, and [...]
Mon, Jan 23, 2017
Source: Law and the Multiuniverse
While the NFL isn't in any danger of vanishing into a cloud of righteous indignation from its detractors, it's definitely gotten its fair share of lousy press lately, some of it understandable. [...]
Mon, Oct 06, 2014
Source: The Huffington Post (Ivan Parron, Esq.)
Netflix is already a major player in "TV shows" but if it can change the way film is distributed in the same way then we could see a revolution on par with the introduction of sound and color to movies. This time, though, you'll be able to witness the revolution [...]
Tue, Nov 19, 2013
Source: The Huffington Post (Ivan Parron, Esq.)
Miami Beach is threatening to implement a series of new laws aimed at harshly pulling the reins on filming across the city, and it's already making those in the production industry worry about the future of using Miami Beach as a shooting destination. [...]
Fri, Nov 16, 2012
Source: The Huffington Post (Ivan Parron, Esq.)
Burn Notice makes Miami look good. And the production has been nothing but ingratiating to the city and its desires. To send them packing because of backward city politics wouldn't just be an embarrassment to Miami. It would be a travesty and an injustice. [...]
Mon, Aug 06, 2012
Source: The Huffington Post (Ivan Parron, Esq.)
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