Is your organization GDPR compliant ahead of the May 25, 2018 deadline?

The General Data Protection Regulation or (GDPR) is a regulatory framework that strengthens the data privacy rights for European Union (EU) residents . The GDPR is slated to take effect on May 25, 2018. The primary objectives of the GDPR improves the individual’s control over their own personal information, harmonizes privacy and data handling requirements within the

Federal judge rules in favor of Microsoft in 2004 video game patent lawsuit

In 2004, several Michigan inventors sued Microsoft and Sony asserting U.S. Patent #5,292,125 an “apparatus and method for electrically connecting remotely located video games.”  Specifically targeted were Microsoft’s Xbox Live service and Sony’s Playstation Network.  The allegations were that the companies infringed the plaintiff’s patents seeking an injunction and royalties. The patent discloses “a video

Social Gaming Company Zynga sues Virtual Property Clearinghouse Playerauctions.com in California District Court for trademark and copyright infringement

This week upstart casual gaming company Zynga sued auction website Playerauctions.com in California District Court for the sale of virtual currency and goods under a theory of intentional interference with contractual relations, violations of the state unfair competition code, trademark and copyright infringement.  Zynga is the company that builds and offers popular social games Zynga