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In the digital age, artificial intelligence (AI) has become a game changer for content creators and social media influencers. AI tools offer unprecedented assistance in content creation, from automated editing to graphic design, and push the boundaries of creativity. Yet, as with all technological advancements, there’s a legal side to consider. This article explores the

Open-source software development isn’t a new kid on the block, but its importance has skyrocketed with the emergence of game-changing technologies like blockchain and AI. As more and more projects in these fields adopt open-source licensing, the legal complexities tied to these licenses are becoming increasingly relevant, with dual licensing being a case in

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Uptik in Threat Letters & Legal Actions: A Wake-Up Call for Companies Using Meta Pixel

In recent years, the digital landscape has become a battleground for privacy rights, with Meta Pixel at the epicenter of numerous legal disputes. Companies using Meta Pixel and similar tracking technologies increasingly face legal scrutiny. This surge is

This text discusses the basics of copyright and how it applies to artificial intelligence (AI). It highlights the importance of understanding copyright laws when using data for AI training or generating content. It debunks common misconceptions, such as assuming publicly available data is protected from copyright protections. The text also emphasizes the need to navigate

Introduction to AI Governance: Why It Matters

As we stand on the precipice of the AI Revolution, artificial intelligence (AI) is emerging as a powerful transformative force. AI offers the potential to reshape industries and redefine how we work, live, and interact. Yet, with this well-promoted potential, comes an equally significant responsibility. AI governance policies

I’m a tech lawyer specializing in tech company representation. And yes, I also represent AI companies. I understand the technology. I don’t know many lawyers using AI more aggressively in their legal practice than I am today. I may be the only lawyer who has developed and launched innovative AI tools for our clients.