The Tweet days of summer
Some summer! If it’s not broiling it’s flooding. Just try a vacation in this nonsense.
Speaking of nonsense, here’s topical tweeting that went out via @roncoleman in the last few months:
- @randall_hull Righthaven, Righthaven, Really? | The Legal Satyricon
- @markwschaefer: The changing customer relationship: Social media and the end of empathy
- @overlawyered Here’s a link to that @CatoInstitute amicus brief in Wham-O patent marking case
- @BillSwiggart: USDC Mass: C. 93A damages preempted by jury finding of non-© infringement, Real View v. 20-20
- @Ipkat Two posts on today’s ECJ L’Oreal v eBay ruling: one with the background and one with today’s ruling
- @AdvertisingLaw: Ten Major Advertising Law-Related Concepts
- @ManagingIP: Interview: eBay after L’OrÃ©al ruling – “Will eBay change much of what it’s doing today? No not really.”
- @CopyrightLaw: Techdirt: Vancouver rioters counterproductively abuse copyright to avoid responsibility for actions
- @UsefulArts: Keep posts smart – ignore “copyblogger” advice like “3 tips to…” and stop reading it too.
- @TTABlog: Recommended Listening: Anne Gilson LaLonde on “Trademarks Laid Bare – Marks That May Be Scandalous or Immoral”
- Copycense One quick thought about the Aaron Swartz matter: how does an alleged egregious ToS (contract) breach rise to a Title 18 federal indictment?
- @suffolkmedialaw Via @ShadesofGrayLaw: Second Round, Who’s on Second? A Look at Secondary Liability and the DMCA | Shades of Gray
- @techcrunch Winklevosses vs. Silicon Valley — no $$ for “big ideas” | Or for brilliant brands
- @StuartAdamsLaw RT @internetcases Court allows discovery of competitor’s keyword purchases
- @TheCyberLawyer Patent troll lawyers smacked with more than $600,000 in sanctions for its mass lawsuits followed by quick settlements