The Legal Response to Revenge Porn

It is not uncommon for couples to break up on less than stellar terms. There is quite a difference, however, between deleting an ex’s phone number and posting nude pictures or videos of him or her on the Internet in order to cause embarrassment or fallout with friends and family. This phenomenon, known as revenge porn, has increasingly received attention from the nation’s lawmakers and pro bono attorneys. This attention culminated in October of 2013, Continue Reading →

STLR Link Round-Up – Oct. 31, 2014

Applying Aereo In June of this year, the Supreme Court of the United States handed down American Broadcasting Companies, Inc. v. Aereo, Inc., holding that Aereo was in violation of the Copyright Act when it sells to its subscribers a service that allows them to watch television programs over the Internet as those programs are being broadcasted over the air. Since then, Aereo has vowed to remain operational despite the significant challenges it faces. Aereo’s Continue Reading →