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What Leaders in the Field Are Reading, March 2017

What are the top Technology Lawyers reading this month? See below for what the ITechLaw Board of Directors are reading about recent developments in technology law. Follow ITechLaw on Twitter @itechlaw_assn for additional articles and information. We encourage you to discuss the articles in Member Center within one of the Substantive Law Committee discussion groups

Talha Salaria, Lawyers At Work, India: Privacy issues relating to Aadhar number usage need to be analysed in further detail given its growing prevalence.

Charles Mudd, Mudd Law Offices, United States: U.S. ABA plans to offer cyber breach insurance.

Robert Milligan, Seyfarth Shaw LLP, United States: Interesting new article on RICO claims and the new federal trade secret act

Diego Fernandez, Marval, O'Farrell & Mairal, Argentina: Argentine courts uphold that comments posted to online news are protected under the freedom of speech fundamental right. 

Jeremy Morton, Harbottle & Lewis LLP, United Kingdom: UK’s House of Lords EU Committee issues Brexit report on digital services and non-tariff barriers.

Susan Barty, CMS Cameron McKenna LLP, United Kingdom: UK court first blocking order directed at streaming servers delivering infringing live streams of Premier League football

Matthew Mousley, Duane Morris LLP, United States: New restrictions on electronic devices on flights to US from certain countries. Also, a bonus article from Matthew: Wearables: burst bubble or market correction? 

Gabriela Kennedy, Mayer Brown JSM, Hong Kong: A single platform for the monitoring of the Internet of Things on the horizon in Singapore.

Kevin Erdman, Brannon Sowers & Carcraft P.C., United States: US Patent on Medical Device method rejected by USPTO Board, but “means for” algorithm-system Patentable.

Domenico Colella, Orsingher Ortu, Italy: EU Parliament approved resolution on Robotics.

Talha Salaria, Lawyers At Work, India: Indian States have started upholding the right to be forgotten, even though it is not specifically provided in any statute.

Anne Sutton, Sidley Austin LLP, United States: Can you avoid an outage by having more than one cloud service provider?