The FTC: Cyber Security Savior or Data Dictator?

Author: Leanthony Edwards Jr., Associate Member, University of Cincinnati Law Review Throughout the past few years, data privacy and cybersecurity have become hot topics within the U.S. legal system and the media. Last year, prominent U.S. corporations like Sony and Home Depot suffered major data breaches that caused significant financial and reputational harm for both... Continue Reading →

Phone Frustration: FTC Files Suit against AT&T for Deliberately Slowing Phone Speeds of “Unlimited” Plan Users

Author: Ashley Clever, Contributing Member, University of Cincinnati Law Review Frustration with technology often causes one to wonder if there is an electronic conspiracy raging war against technology users. Usually these thoughts are ridiculous, fabricated only by an overly-unreliable copy machine that seems to always jam minutes before an important deadline or by an iPhone... Continue Reading →

Will Aereo Kill the TV Star?

Author: Matthew Byrnes, Associate Member, University of Cincinnati Law Review In late April, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments on a case that has the potential to drastically change how Americans watch broadcast programming. The case, American Broadcasting Companies, Inc. v. Aereo, Inc., (“Aereo”) involves the online television subscription service Aereo.[i] Founded in 2012, Aereo... Continue Reading →

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