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Eric Goldman
Internet Law, Advertising Law & IP Professor, . Married to . spouse. Vegetarian since 1984. Slinky fan. egoldman@gmail.com
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Eric Goldman 10h
The case that won't end: Hassell v Bird appealed to US Supreme Court My blog post on Cal. Supreme Court ruling:
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Eric Goldman 12h
"Manhattan Businessman Sentenced To 9 Months In Prison For Forging Federal Court Orders To Remove Negative Reviews From Internet Search Results" More of this, please
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Eric Goldman Oct 18
I'm doing a deep dive in Spotify & found this gem: "Title 17 in Song: Section 101 Definitions" The statutory text is sung as lyrics & accompanied by music 🎶🎶🎶 It must not have been a best-seller; I don't see the obvious 102 sequel
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Eric Goldman Oct 18
Blog Post: Section 230 Applies to Defend Trade Secret Act Claims– v My law review article EXACTLY on point:
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Eric Goldman Oct 17
Good news: has a new signup page to learn more about the Cal. Consumer Privacy Act rulemaking Bad news: the signup page almost certainly wouldn't satisfy the ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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Eric Goldman Oct 17
TIL: there is a punk song called "Intellectual Property Lawyer" Unfortunately, it's not likely to become our community's anthem; I'm pretty sure it's not a fan song
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Eric Goldman Oct 17
I'm speaking at 2 lunch events next week: 10/22: "Open Access, Privacy, Court Records, & Right-to-be-Forgotten Laws." Free RSVP: 10/23: "Social Media & Free Speech" (with ) Free RSVP:
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Eric Goldman Oct 16
Good news: my Internet Law casebook is now available on LawCarta in addition to Gumroad & Amazon Details about the book:
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Eric Goldman Oct 16
Techdirt: "Will Donald Trump Support A Federal Anti-SLAPP Law Now That It's Helped Him Win Stormy Daniels' Defamation Suit?" I still strongly support a federal anti-SLAPP law even if an unapologetic serial liar like Trump might benefit from it too
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Eric Goldman Oct 15
"about 3/4 of Americans understand that plant-based 'milk' products do not actually contain cow’s milk...Fewer than 10% believe that any of those products contains cow’s milk, while the remainder say they don’t know" 🌱🥛
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Eric Goldman Oct 14
Replying to @ericgoldman
In US v Holena, the 3rd Circuit took a more thoughtful approach to lifetime computer/Internet bans e.g., "internet bans are 'draconian'"
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Eric Goldman Oct 14
Replying to @INTA @Echinanews
For an in-depth review of IP protection for emojis, see my article, Emojis & the Law An IP rights thicket for emojis is bad news for all of us & definitely not something to be celebrated
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Eric Goldman Oct 14
In connection with the Charney Hall dedication, I moderated a panel of Dorian Daley (Oracle GC), (eBay GC), (Dropbox GC) & (CEO ). ' recap
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Eric Goldman Oct 14
My colleague has a phenomenal new paper, "The Second Chances Gap," outlining how to make it easier for convicted individuals to benefit from existing expungement options A big lever to improve people's lives & enrich society at low cost
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Eric Goldman Oct 13
.'s photos of yesterday's wonderful dedication ceremony for the new Charney Hall . I'll post my own photos soon. My photo album of the building:
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Eric Goldman Oct 12
Blog Post: FOSTA Doesn’t Help Pro Se Litigant’s Defamation Claim Against Facebook
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Eric Goldman Oct 11
Blog Post: How I Celebrated My 50th Birthday 🥳🥳🥳
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Eric Goldman Oct 10
The 11th Circuit upheld 30 yrs incarceration followed by a lifetime computer ban (This isn't unique--lifetime computer bans are common). Still, I'm perplexed. Any guesses what "computers" will look like in 2048 or how avoidable will they be? 🤔🤔🤔
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Eric Goldman Oct 10
Blog Post: My Visit to San Miguel Island
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SCUPrivacy Oct 9
The Privacy Law Certificate now has 21 alums from the past 4 years. Prof. published a article detailing their professional successes Best news: all ten 2018 grads have placed at their 1st job!
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