Tag Archives: privacy

An Anti-SLAPP in the Face: One Way The First Amendment Can Avert Right of Publicity Issues

NIKKI RIGL – The Hurt Locker, an award-winning historical thriller film about a United States Army explosive ordinance disposal technician in the Iraq War, recently came under inspection of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.[1] Sergeant Jeffrey Sarver, a member of the Army unit upon which the dramatic film was based, sued […]

Can’t [ESC] the Fine Print: Internet Privacy Inconsistencies In Relation to the Ashley Madison Scandal As Viewed Under Both United States and European Legal Frameworks [1]

BY NIKKI RIGL – “Life is short. Have an affair.”[2] AshleyMadison.com is an online dating site for married persons: men are charged for each contact with a woman with whom they engage in deleterious infidelity.[3] Ashley Madison has recently received a considerable amount of media scrutiny as a list of more than 30 million users […]