ACTA: A Treaty by Any Other Name

    Editor’s Note: This article first appeared on Legal As She Is Spoke Grab your pitchforks and torches, folks, it’s time once again for the internet to get angry! It was barely over a week ago that the web went dark in protest of SOPA and PIPA, evoking a grass roots movement unlike any other. Millions of angry citizens called, e-mailed, or petitioned their

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Have a Hart, EA

  Ever wonder how Electronic Arts and the NCAA can make so much money off their video game series and not give a dime to the players the game is based off of? Well as it turns out, so did a few of the players.Ryan Hart, a quarterback playing for Rutgers University, sued Electronic Arts in a New

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You Don’t Own E-nything

    Editor’s Note: This article first appeared on Legal As She Is Spoke With news breaking last month that Amazon has a patent to resell e-books, consumers smiled and authors worriedly reviewed the contents of their savings accounts. Earlier this month, attorney and bestselling author Scott Turow wrote an opinion piece in the New York Times stating that the practice of

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Can I Sue Spider-Man?

    Editor’s Note: This article first appeared on Legal As She Is Spoke As Peter Parker’s boss J. Jonah Jameson always says, just because you put on spandex and sport web shooters, doesn’t mean you get to break the law. But are there special loopholes for you once you choose capes and Batmobiles over your typical 9-to-5 and a

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