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Last year was a year like no other in a variety of ways—none more significant than its effect on businesses large and small. The abrupt shift to remote work and the sudden pivot to cloud-based platforms meant then, as it does now, that cybersecurity has never been more important for day-to-day operations.

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In a unanimous decision issued on June 19, 2014, the U.S. Supreme Court held that the patent claims in Alice Corporation Pty. Ltd v. CLS Bank International, et al. (“Alice Corp”) are not patent-eligible under 35 U.S.C. §101. The patents at issue comprise a chain of patents made up of a parent namely, 5,970,479 (‘479) and several CIPs (continuation-in-part).

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Artificial intelligence (AI), a branch of Computer Science, is a constellation of technologies generally grouping two (2) main technical fields namely, symbolic learning (SL) and machine learning (ML). Artificial Advances in hardware enable AI implementation. Such advances will likely facilitate innovation and thereby expand the field of AI.

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On December 7, 2020, in the Southern District Court of Manhattan, Paul Nicklen and Cristina Mittermeier filed a complaint against a host of defendants too numerous to list here accusing the defendants of “embedding and/or displaying Plaintiff Nicklen’s Video and, in four instances, Plaintiff Mittermeier’s photo. The case is styled: “Nicklen v. Sinclair Broadcast Group – 1:20-cv-10300.” The complaint was ...

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Before we answer that question, let’s explore some fundamental. What’s in a name? For starters, “naming” goes back to Biblical times when God brought the animals to Adam to name the animals. Gen 2:19. Some Biblical commentators posit that having the man name the animals is another way of giving him responsibility to rule, subdue, and care for the animals.

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On Tuesday, May 25, 2021, DC (District of Columbia) Attorney General Karl Racine launches antitrust suit against Amazon. The suit accuses the company of stifling competition through Market place pricing requirements involving its e-Commerce platform.

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