Monthly Archives: May, 2020

California Wineries Allege Unequal Treatment in Reopening Roadmap

Winery Caymus Vineyards is suing California Governor Gavin Newsom and California State Public Health Officer Sonia Angell over the classification of wineries...

Altria Sues Competitor For Patent Infringement

In a patent infringement suit filed Thursday, the Altria Group claimed that competitor R.J. Reynolds Vapor Company infringed on a variety of...

Members of Congress Send Letter to FTC over TikTok’s COPPA Violations

On May 28, 14 members of Congress sent a letter to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), supporting demands for the agency to...

Photographer Sues for Photos Taken from Social Media

Photographer Dennis Morris filed a complaint against Hive Media Group, which does business as “Trend-Chaser.com” and “PastFactory.com” for copyright infringement. Plaintiff Morris...

Hemp Group Says The Industry Should be Eligible for COVID- 19 Aid

Although hemp was previously listed as an ineligible commodity for the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP), meaning hemp farmers could not receive...

ACLU Sues Clearview AI Over “Radical Erosion Of Privacy”

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) sued facial recognition startup Clearview AI “to put a stop to its unlawful surreptitious capture and...

Food Supply Protection Act Seeks to Address Food Supply Issues

Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-Michigan) introduced legislation to strengthen the food supply and fill in gaps in the supply chain during the COVID-19...

Arizona Sues Google Over Location Tracking

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich filed a suit against Google over location tracking. Attorney General Brnovich claimed Google used “deceptive and unfair practices to...