BMG v. Cox: ISPs Can Make Their Own Repeat-Infringer Policies, But the Fourth Circuit Wants A Higher “Body Count”

Last week’s BMG v. Cox decision has gotten a lot of attention for its confusing take on secondary infringement liability, but commentators have been too quick to dismiss the implications for the DMCA safe harbor. Internet service providers are still not copyright police, but the…

Congress must avoid an ‘America First’ policy on artificial intelligence

… receive comparatively little attention. While artificial intelligence might bring tremendous benefits to … hinder their economic growth. As artificial intelligence improves, incentives to substitute rich-country … artificial intelligence a broad mandate that transcends narrow domestic and economic concerns. Artificial intelligence … VISIT THE SOURCE…

Coming soon to a university near you

Attention software engineering students: Cloudflare is coming to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and the University of Wisconsin–Madison, and we want to meet you! We will be attending UW–Madison’s Career Connection on Wednesday, February 7 and UIUC’s Startup Career Fair on Thursday, February 8….

Are Customer Data Privacy Concerns Slowing Down Business?

Today’s savvy customers are paying more attention to the data privacy features of the products and services they buy. They want to know what data is captured, how it is used, where it is stored, how it is transferred, who has access to it, and…

7 Key Takeaways from NRF 2018

What grabbed the attention of retailers at the National Retail Federation 2018? The shiny toys within Cisco’s ToyBox– which which served as a fully functional toy store displaying our various retail tech solutions– definitely caught some eyes. Discussions that took place within the booth and…

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