On Monday, May 9, 2022, the Biden-Harris Administration introduced the Affordable Connectivity Program, which will reduce high-speed internet costs for tens of millions of eligible households.
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Biden-Harris Administration Introduces Affordable Connectivity Program
TikTok and Meta Face Government Scrutiny Over Potential Harm to Child Users
A coalition of state attorneys general plans to investigate concerns that the social media platforms may have violated consumer protection laws through certain techniques that promote the engagement of young users.
Posted in: Communications Law, Consumer Law, Internet Law
Tagged: consumer protection, Facebook, internet, Meta, social media, TikTok
New Amazon Website for Sellers Fights Back Against Proposed Antitrust Laws
Amazon warns that new bills in Congress could undermine the businesses of third-party sellers on the Amazon marketplace, and it hopes to enlist sellers in its opposition to the bills.
Posted in: Antitrust, Internet Law
Challenges Face Florida Law on Content Moderation Decisions by Social Media Companies
Tech industry groups argue that the law violates the Constitution by exposing social media companies to potential fines and lawsuits based on their application of content moderation rules.
Posted in: Communications Law, Constitutional Law, Internet Law
Tagged: amazon, communications law, constitutional law, Facebook, florida, Google, internet, Ron DeSantis, social media, tech law
Supreme Court Issues Key Trademark Decision, Expanding Scope of Eligibility
The Court determined that internet companies can trademark the combination of a generic word and ".com" if the combination has acquired a secondary meaning.
Posted in: Intellectual Property, Internet Law, Trademark Law
Tagged: intellectual property, internet, trademarks, US Supreme Court, USPTO