Not All That Sits On Blockchain Is Gold (Read: the Basics of Regulatory)

Thompson Bukher founding partner Tim Bukher, head of the firm's Internet & Data Practice, addresses the regulatory fundamentals of blockchain token offerings (or ICOs) in his latest Medium post.

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US Dept. Of Transportation Embraces Self-Driving Technology

The US Department of Transportation has indicated that it is ready to embrace self-driving technology. A proposed new rule by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) would require all newly built light-duty vehicles to carry vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication technology.

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DMCA Notice-And-Takedown Is Good For Entrepreneurs

Professors Sprigman and Lemley wrote an excellent opinion piece in the LA Times explaining the value of the DMCA’s notice-and-takedown process. Hollywood and other BigContent groups have been pushing for an alternative “notice and staydown” measure that would require content hosts to invest in expensive technology to watermark/monitor content.

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Some More Thoughts On Net Neutrality: Internet Freedom Act

To continue with my thoughts–again, I have yet to take a position on this Net Neutrality debate and will not do so until I read some concrete arguments–I did want to point out my skepticism over all the intense reaction I am seeing to the House’s proposed Internet Freedom Act. A Facebook friend shared this […]

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Some Thoughts On Net Neutrality

“Thoughts” not “position” because, to be frank, I have yet to read a compelling argument to land on either side of the net neutrality debate. I do have some concerns, however, about the “religious fervor” that pro-regulation has taken on in Silicon Valley (according to this Mercury News article at any rate). In Silicon Valley, “net […]

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