ILC Quoted on Legal Questions Raised by AI-Generated Fake Porn

Last week, the firm was quoted in a Bustle story, entitled A Fake Porn App Lets People Put Celebrities’ Faces In Videos & Here’s Why It’s So Dangerous.  The article discussed the legal implications of a new phenomenon revealed in a recent Motherboard’s article of new applications using artificial intelligence for face-swapping celebrity faces onto porn performers’…

CLBR #288: FTC and Influencer Marketing with Jeffrey A. Greenbaum

FTC and Influencer Marketing with Jeffrey A. Greenbaum LISTEN/DOWNLOAD Jeffrey A. Greenbaum, Managing Partner of Frankfurt Kurnit, returns to discuss the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) increased focus on Influencer Marketing. Topics Covered State of the FTC Honored that @POTUS has expressed his intent to nominate me as a judge on the U.S. Court of Federal…

Supreme Court to Consider Online Sales Tax Collection

For the past decade, states have been battling with online retailers in state legislatures, the courts and in Congress over when a state may require an online retailer to collect sales tax.  At the center of the debate was the Supreme Court’s decision in Quill Corp. v. North Dakota, 504 U. S. 298, 311 (1992) which…