Month: May 2019

Continued Software Security Threats

Back in 2016, I wrote about the U.S. Government losing control of high-level security software (AKA, “hacking tools”). Now, the New York Times is reporting that the City of Baltimore has been hacked. You see, years ago, the NSA (allegedly)

Supreme Court Requires Copyright Registration Before Litigation

Sometimes, Supreme Court opinions make headlines. This is not one of those times. In a decision issued on March 4, 2019, the Supreme Court resolved an ongoing unresolved question that comes up often in copyright litigation – in order to