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Why celebrities get sued for posting paparazzi photos of themselves

Many celebrities, including Jennifer Lopez, Dua Lipa, and Ariana Grande, have been sued for posting photos of themselves taken by paparazzi. In short, explains LegalEagle in this interesting video about copyright law, “you don’t own …

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When Artificial Intelligence Can Play Havoc With Manipulated Video Images

Pillsbury – Recent developments in deep learning artificial intelligence have enabled almost anyone to superimpose facial features—including an entirely different face—into a preexisting video with relatively minimal effort. Until very recently, editing facial features in …

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What Lessons Can Be Learned from FinCEN’s Latest Enforcement Action in the Gaming Industry?

Blank Rome – Licensed gaming and other entities required to comply with the Bank Secrecy Act should be aware of this recent FinCEN enforcement action, and they must ensure that their compliance programs address the …

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Is the Recent Decision Affecting the FTC a “Win for the Internet” or Not?

Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman  – In our recent post, Living in a Nonmaterial World: Determining IP Rights for Digital Data, we discussed the potential impact of the Federal Circuit decision in ClearCorrect v. ITC, 2014-1527, …

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