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Tag Archives: Doe v. Cahill

Can You Copyright Infringe Anonymously?

Posted in Advertising & Product Risk Management, Cybersecurity / Data Security, Litigation
Yesterday, the Sixth Circuit heard an anonymous copyright infringement case of first impression. See Signature Management Team, LLC v. Doe, No. 16-2188 (6th Cir.). The issue: whether an adjudicated copyright infringer can remain anonymous. The infringer said he can. “John Doe” appeared in the case through counsel and defended against Signature’s infringement claim. He lost.… Continue Reading

What’s Next For Federal Anti-SLAPP Legislation

Posted in Cybersecurity / Data Security, Government Regulations & FISMA
Congress may re-introduce federal anti-SLAPP legislation this session.  Similar bills in 2009, 2012, and 2015 never made it out of committee.  Our Law360 article identifies several areas to improve on a fourth attempt to enact a universal anti-SLAPP law.  The article also highlights the constant battle between First Amendment rights and rights to protect one’s… Continue Reading