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The Law And Business Of Social Media - Status Updates - 23 May 2016
The Internet contains over 4.6 billion Web pages, most of which are accessible for free, making content that we used to have to pay for—news, videos, games—available without having to hand over a credit card number.
United States
31 May 2016
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The Law And Business Of Social Media - Status Updates, September 11th, 2014
In-tweet purchases. Twitter is testing the ability for its users to make purchases directly from tweets.
United States
19 Sep 2014
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Communications Law Bulletin, September 2006
As September drew to a close, a number of sources reported that Federal Communications Commission Chairman Kevin Martin’s nomination for a second term was on hold over policy differences with one or more Senators. If the hold is not lifted before this Congress bows out on at the end of October, Martin still can serve until late 2007 without renomination. Persistent rumors also are circulating that the Commission will approve the proposed merger between AT&T and BellSouth without conditions on O
United States
12 Oct 2006
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Communications Law Bulletin -- March 2006
In this issue: The Month in Brief, Hold Placed on Nomination of Telecom Lawyer Robert McDowell to the FCC Following Endorsement by the Senate Commerce Committee, Congress Continues to Mull Data Broker Bills, AT&T-BellSouth Merger Announced, Video Competition Developments, Broadcast Developments, Legislative Developments, State Activities, Upcoming Deadlines for Your Calendar.
United States
3 May 2006
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China Law Bulletin – March 2006
In this issue: Follow up on the Reform on the Segmented Share Structure of the PRC; Employee Share Plans for Listed Companies; New Venture Capital Measures Reflect Policy to Cultivate Onshore Venture Capital Industry; Notarization Law of the People's Republic of China; Other Recent Developments.
United States
 
16 Mar 2006
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Communications Law Bulletin February 2006
February saw continued fallout from the deceptive practices of online "data brokers," strong action by the Federal Communications Commission ("FCC" or "Commission") Enforcement Bureau, and developments affecting cable television, broadcasting and other segments of the communications industry. All of those events are covered in this February issue of our Bulletin, along with the usual list of deadlines for your calendar.
United States
1 Mar 2006
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Communications Law Bulletin - December 2005
In Washington, the dawning year wears a gray and dispirited aspect. The Federal Communications Commission faces 2006 with two new commissioners, but no relief from its Republican-Democratic split in sight. The telecommunications industry, after a frantic round of consolidations, opens its first year in decades without the old MCI and AT&T astride the vanished interexchange telephone service marketplace. In the meantime, technology and the smart money continue to move in the direction of broadban
United States
10 Jan 2006
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