Covers copyright, patents, trade secrets and trademarks. By D. Keith Henning.
Covers developments in the entire range of issues addressed by the Federal Communications Commission in its regulation of spectrum-related activities, as well as copyright, trademark, First Amendment and Internet issues. By Fletcher, Heald & Hildreth.
Describes the interplay between legal responses to exogenous change and the law's own endogenous capacity for adaptation. By Louis D. Brandeis Dean Jim Chen.
Covers bloggers' rights, DMCA, DRM, intellectual property, privacy and security issues. From the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
Features observations on technology, law and lawlessness. By University of Dayton Susan Brenner.
A site for lawyers using the iPhone. By Jeff Richardson.
Covers information security and privacy issues. By Foley Hoag LLP.
Covers technology and DRM. By Michael Geist.
Covers intellectual property and social media. By Ruth Carter.
Covers the creation, collection, use, destruction and security of data. By Dentons.
Covers digital advertising, new media, e-commerce and the law. By Reed Smith.
Legal developments involving the Internet and new technologies. By Evan Brown.
KZSU-FM (Stanford) Tech/Law Talk Show. Hosted by Dave Levine.
Focused on keeping politician's hands off the 'net and everything else related to technology.
Covers knowledge management, technology and the practice of law. By Doug Cornelius.
Covers software audits, including Microsoft, BSA, and Adobe audits. By Scott & Scott.
Covers legal and investment issues facing emerging tech companies.
Covers the SCO v. IBM and Linux case.
Covers current law and technology developments affecting business and society. By Nanyang Business School Professor Harry SK Tan.
Covers developments in privacy law. By David T.S. Fraser.
Covers consumer privacy, data security, HIPAA, financial privacy and EU privacy. By Hogan Lovells.
Focuses primarily on issues involving the intersection of law, technology and finance. By David Ma.
Provides breaking news and analysis of communications law and business. By Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP.
Covers data privacy, identity theft, invasion of privacy, and national security legal issues. By Proskauer Rose LLP.
Covers internet marketing and online media. By Looper Reeed.
Covers data privacy, security and social media subjects. By Baker Hostetler.
Covers the law and business of social media. By Morrison Foerster.
Exploring the use of technology for conflict transformation, focusing on the use of information communications technology (ICT) for peacebuilding. From Sanjana Hattotuwa.
Technology law blog covering software, copyright, privacy, the Internet, electronic commerce, and computers. By David Canton.
Covers software, hardware and electronic evidence for litigation support professionals.
Covers civil rights and technological innovation.
Covers virtual worlds and social media issues. By Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP.
Covers data retention, defamation, DRI, DRM, ID cards, intellectual property, mass surveillance and more.
Covers court and trial technology, and trial presentation. By Ted Brooks.
A legal blog written by a recent graduate of UCLA School of Law. Posts cover a wide range of topics, but areas of focus include criminal law, constitutional law, law and technology, and commentary on scholarship and legal education.
Focuses on the interplay between law and education in the Caribbean region, with particular reference to Trinidad and Tobago.
Covers knowledge management. By V. Mary Abraham.
Graham Smith's blog on law, IT, the Internet and new media
Covers telecoms and technology. By Olswang.
Covers online legal services, document automation, and virtual lawyering. By DirectLaw.
Covers topics such as technology and the law, computer forensics and cyber crime defense. By David S. Seltzer.
Covers online branding and the law.
Covers developments in cyber law and insurance. By Richard J. Bortnick.
Covers knowledge management and technology for lawyers and law firms. By Patrick DiDomenico.
Covers employment related privacy issues. Published by Philip Gordon of Littler Mendelson's Privacy and Data Protection Practice Group.