CLBR Segment 1: Alan Dechert on Online Voting

Is Online Voting ready for Prime Time? Alan Dechert thinks so and is running for California Secretary of State to make it happen and has and online petition to tell the Secretary of State that you support online voting. Dechert has announced his candidacy for California Secretary of State. Mr. Dechert is a software engineer,…

CLBR Segment 2: Hawaii Rep. Kymberly Pine Author of Landmark Cybercrime Package

Hawaii and Arizona have both recently enacted major cybercrime legislation addressing cyber-stalking and cyber-harassment.  In both states, the some of the legislation was narrowed after initial drafts were accused of over-breadth. In the second segment, Hawaii Rep. Kymberly Marcos Pine, the Minority Floor Leader, will talk about Hawaii’s passage of her cybercrime package.  The interview…

Next on CLBR: Silicon Beach and Lawyers Behaving Badly

Featuring Popehat’s Ken White and DigitalLA’s Kevin Winston. NEWS Federal Court Opens ADA Floodgates to Streaming Video Content A Massachusetts federal judge has held that streaming video is subject to Americans with Disabilities Act in rejecting Neftlix motion to dismiss claim by National Association of Deaf that failing to close caption streaming video violates the…

CLBR Segment 2: Is Facebook Playing Monopoly

The news that the FTC would conduct an antitrust review of the $1 billion Facebook-Instagram acquisition puts Facebook in the spotlight as they join Microsoft, Google and Intel as tech giants who have been subject of intense antitrust scrutiny. Our Guest: David Balto David Balto has practiced antitrust law for over 20 years in the…

CLBR Segment 1 – Social Media Privacy Act

A practice that was once employed by the Maryland Department of Corrections is now banned state-wide, as Maryland’s Governor signed legislation prohibiting employers from “request[ing] or requir[ing] that at an employee or applicant disclose [any] means for accessing a personal account or service through an electronic communications device.”  California’s Assembly unanimously passed similar legislation this…

Next on CLBR: Crisis PR, ACTA, Privacy and More

LISTEN http://www2.webmasterradio.fm/cyberlaw-and-business-report/wp-content/plugins/powerpress/FlowPlayerClassic.swf Podcast: Play in new window | Download (48.9MB) FEATURED SEGMENT (TWO) – BRENDA CHRISTENSEN ON CRISIS PR With over 25 years of high tech corporate communications and public relations experience, Brenda has successfully created and managed global messaging campaigns for such prestigious companies as Secure Computing, Panda Software, Maximizer Software, GoldMine Software, NEC, DTK Computer, Wang Laboratories,…

Today on Cyber Law and Business Report: Randazza, Righthaven and Roger Williams

Today we feature famed First Amendment attorney Marc Randazza to talk about putting the nail in Righthaven’s coffin.   Righthaven’s legacy is  lawsuits generating settlements of approximately $352,500 that have now resulted in the payment of sanctions and attorneys fees to defendants of approximately $225,172.15.  (See Righthaven Lawsuits for more information.) Cyber Law and Business Reports airs…