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GOOGLE UPDATES: Advancing Website Security

The Secure Socket Overlay (SSL), was created in 1995 by Netscape.  The software was built to combat the growing unease about internet security. In theory, SSL would encrypt the information that was sent between a website and the web server, thereby creating a safety net against any hackers trying to access private information. In other words, it would create a kind of shield that would conceal the date from nefarious parties trying to seek it out. This allows businesses to protect customer’s personal information and transactions, allowing for the businesses reputation to flourish.

Now back to the Google Update. After events like the European Union’s GDPR, they are taking the necessary steps to enhance their internet security.  This new update will put them one step closer to overall security that they’ve been reaching for since 2014’s HTTPS Everywhere campaign. Google is steadfast in trying to ensure that consumers are as safe as possible on the internet by protecting users of the dangers of websites with personal information.

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You Can’t Have My Blessing…Or The Music!

By Breanna Pendilton | amdlawgroup.com
Copyright law is founded upon the theory that it will promote and incentivize new works, while also giving credit to the originator.  But what happens when the owner of that work, will not share it?  Does that promote and incentivize new works?  Lifetime has recently announced its plans to make a biopic of the late singer Aaliyah, who died tragically in a plane crash at the age of 22 in 2001.  Her family, who was not contacted about the biopic, is not happy, and feels as if Aaliyah’s life was enough of a story to be told on the big screen.  But what can they really do right?  I mean, Aaliyah’s life, itself, is nothing but a bunch of facts.  In the eyes of copyright law, facts are not copyrightable, and Aaliyah’s family does not own her life story.

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The Battle of Trademark Squatters In China

Originally posted 2014-04-16 17:10:31. By Sereine Brudent  |  amdlawgroup.com May 1, 2014, will mark a new frontier of Trademark Law in the People’s Republic of China. This third amendment seeks to address and define numerous areas of Trademark Law in order to circumvent trademark infringement. Previously, trademark rights were granted on a “first-to-file” principle, which […]

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Fashion Inspiration: Will Smith

By Mercedes Joshua | amdlawgroup.com
Willard Carol “Will” Smith Jr. is an American actor, producer, and rapper. He has been an inspiration to young men since 1998 when he achieved fame as a rapper under the name “The Fresh Prince.” In 1990, his popularity increased dramatically when he starred in the popular television series “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.” Smith moved from television to film, and ultimately starred in numerous blockbuster films. From the very beginning, Will Smith has been very passionate about the work he does, whether its movies, music or producing.

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Merchandise Designers, Hold the Confetti! The Redskins’ Name and Logo are Not Open for Business…

By Ozelle Martin | amdlawgroup.com
There is a well-known professional football team in the National Football League (NFL) called the Washington Redskins and their logo features a Native American man wearing a feathered headdress. While the franchise has been in existence for over 80 years, there has been much debate surrounding the connotation of the term “redskins.” Moreover, a quick search of the Oxford dictionary defines the term as “an American Indian” with a note that the term is deemed “offensive.” Consequently, the Washington Redskins franchise has found itself in the midst of many fiery discussions as to whether the franchise should be allowed to legally own and utilize the name.

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