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  1. Ether Review Legal Discussion #2 The Legality of Raising Money Using Tokens

    In today’s discussion we look at the legality of raising money through token launches, the potential risks involved, and approaches to improving the safety of these new bearer assets. We also examine the term ICO in depth and find that terminology, while relevant is second to the nature of the offer and state of the project involved. Following the discussion is an interview With Peter Van Vaulkenburg recorded at Devcon 2, applying the Howy test to TheDAO.

    —Huffduffed by agileone

  2. Supreme Court Considers Legality Of Abortion Clinic Buffer Zones : NPR

    Do boundaries meant to protect patients and staff outside abortion clinics violate the free speech rights of anti-abortion protesters? In 2000, the Supreme Court said no in a case involving "floating" buffer zones. But the issue is back before the court — which now has more conservative justices.

    —Huffduffed by Gopy

  3. Is Copyright Broken? A Lawyer Responds to Tom Scott (Virtual Legality #196)

    Is YouTube’s copyright system fine, while the world’s is…broken? That’s what famous YouTuber Tom Scott has asserted in his latest, aptly titled: "YouTube’s Copyright System Isn’t Broken. The World’s Is."

    In our first response video in some time, we dive into Mr. Scott’s claims on both legal and rhetorical levels:

    What is the current state of intellectual property enforcement?

    How does YouTube deal with the "muddy middle" of fair use and infringement?

    What does Mr. Scott suggest needs to change?

    And what do we have to say about all of that?

    Because we (apparently) only respond to Scotts…in Virtual Legality.

    #Copyright #DMCA #YouTube

    Discussed in this episode:

    "YouTube’s Copyright System Isn’t Broken. The World’s Is." YouTube Video - March 23, 2020 - Tom Scott

    "Hey [Hoeg], the excellent [Tom Scott] did a lengthy video essay on copyright law." Tweet - March 23, 2020 - Parallax Abstraction (@PXAbstraction)

    "A Nintendo Nightmare: Copyright and "Dreams" (Virtual Legality #194)" YouTube Video - March 21, 2020 - Hoeg Law

    "Sony Reportedly Pulls Mario Creation From Dreams After Nintendo Complaint" IGN - March 21, 2020 - Joseph Knoop

    Original video:
    Downloaded by on Mon May 4 16:04:46 2020 Available for 30 days after download

    Tagged with news & politics

    —Huffduffed by Vraj

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