The Cyberlaw Podcast discusses TikTok's CEO's Capitol Hill hearings, Congress's potential action on Chinese IT products, the Federal Trade Commission's policy on cloud services, the latest AI releases, social media's immunity for false user speech, Iowa's emerging trend in state privacy law, and Hachette v. Internet Archive.
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The Biden administration is planning to take action on at least three of its several federal investigations into Amazon, which range from a "wide-ranging antitrust case" to "dark pattern" and deceptive advertising probes that seem to reveal the US Federal Trade Commission's effort to go after the tech giant, though it remains unclear if these investigations can be converted into allegations of actionable antitrust violation that can stand up in court.
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The daily feature Trivia Question of the Day asks which Biglaw firm is lead counsel for JetBlue in their legal battle with the Department of Justice over the proposed merger with Spirit Airlines, with a hint that Debevoise & Plimpton and Paul, Weiss advised Spirit on the deal.
United States Attorney General Merrick Garland, who had a congressional hearing about Ticketmaster last week, revealed that he is a big fan of Taylor Swift and regularly drops lyrics from her songs into legal arguments, speeches and discussions.
The Chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Accountability, James Comer, has launched an investigation into the tactics employed by pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) that “are harming patient care and increasing costs for consumers” and has requested information from firms including CVS Caremark, Express Scripts and OptumRx.
A case called Johnson v. NCAA raises the question of whether the athletes are employees of the school and the NCAA as joint employers, and may lead to the NCAA eventually being forced to pay athletes a minimum hourly wage plus overtime for the hours they spent practicing and competing under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act in a case that is currently before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
The D.C. Superior Court has allowed Xcential Legislative Technologies to proceed with four of their five counterclaims against the law firm Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld in their lawsuit concerning ownership rights to legislation-drafting software.
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