5 Predictions for Augmented Reality Law in 2013 (and a Look Back at 2012)

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As a public radio commentator once said, augmented reality has “been the Next Big Thing for a while now, although it never manages to become the Actual Current Big Thing.”  In keeping with this Sisyphean observation, we did not (yet) see quite as much development in either AR technology or the law governing its use in[...]

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5 Predictions for Augmented Reality Law in 2012

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This could finally be the year that the public begins to see augmented reality as a serious, important technology.   Lance Ulanoff, the editor-in-chief at Mashable, certainly thinks so.  He listed AR as the first of “5 Tech Trends to Watch in 2012.”  “Trust me,” he wrote, “by 2013, you’ll be hard-pressed to find anyone who[...]

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How I’ve Used Social Media in Trademark Litigation

I never cease to be amazed at what people will write in social media–or at how useful some of those posts can be in court.  Click here to read my latest post, titled “Mining Social Network Sites for Evidence in Litigation,” which is guest-hosted on my friend Paige Mill’s blog, IP@Tennessee [& beyond].  Paige is[...]

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