Posts Tagged ‘Electronic Frontier Foundation’

HP Launches New Digital Rights Management Software Controversy with Security Update Downloads

Wednesday, September 28th, 2016

HP has set off a new DRM software controversy over printer cartridges with a recent security update to HP printers, which made third party printer cartridges no longer compatible with their printers.  The Silicon Valley Software Law Blog explores the controversy and suggests that new litigation over DRM software could be on the horizon in the following blogpost:

Digital Rights Management Software and the Printer Hardware Business

Silicon Valley IP Licensing News Brief June, 2009

Friday, July 3rd, 2009


Electronic Frontier Foundation Launches New Site to Track Modifications to Online Terms and Conditions

Monday, June 8th, 2009

The Silicon Valley IP Licensing Law Blog reported on the launch by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (“EFF”) of a website to track modifications to online terms and conditions in the following blog post:


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