Intellectual Property

North Korean Hacking Team Allegedly Responsible for WannaCry Ransomware, Destructive Cyberattack on Sony Pictures, and Cybertheft from Bangladesh Bank 9

North Korean Hacking Team Allegedly Responsible for WannaCry Ransomware, Destructive Cyberattack on Sony Pictures, and Cybertheft from Bangladesh Bank

LOS ANGELES – A criminal complaint made public today charges a North Korean citizen for his involvement in a conspiracy to conduct a series of destructive cyberattacks around the world, which resulted in damage to massive …

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No, Virginia, You Can’t Just Copy Stuff You Find On the Internet, Even if You Don’t Notice the Copyright Notice 11

No, Virginia, You Can’t Just Copy Stuff You Find On the Internet, Even if You Don’t Notice the Copyright Notice

Foley Hoag –  I usually don’t write a whole blog post just to disagree with a sitting federal judge, even when it’s about copyright law’s most notorious disagreement-generating machine: fair use. This is an exception. …

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When Artificial Intelligence Can Play Havoc With Manipulated Video Images 19

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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