The April 2022, seizure of a series of servers and cryptocurrency wallets containing approximately $25 million worth of bitcoin in Germany by the German Federal Criminal Police (the Bundeskriminalamt), in coordination with the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), was an historical event in the annals of law enforcement. Known as the Hydra Takedown event, […]
Blockchain enables an irrefutable and readily ascertainable ownership verification – either an authorized use appears as a transaction on the ledger or not.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has openly disputed the use of his name, image, likeness (NIL), aka image rights, in the electronic game industry. The legal challenge for athletes and celebrities, as well as institutional brands, centers around who owns what data rights? Ownership of data, on an equivalent level as property ownership, is a topic I have written […]
By Doug DePeppe In June, the US Supreme Court ruled in TransUnion v. Ramirez, 594 U.S. (2021), that plaintiffs suffering identity loss must show “concrete harm” to have standing to sue, at least in federal court. The case was a class action suit involving a class of individuals that had been improperly listed on a […]