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VR lawyer

VR, AR and Loading a C-5

1000 648 David Hoppe

One of the earliest, and most consistent users of virtual reality has been the military. In all kinds of military jobs, VR provides a way to enhance work to make…

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VR and Franchise Law: Franchisee Emptor

1000 648 David Hoppe

One of the most interesting thing about the evolution of virtual reality is the constant, ongoing interaction between this rapidly-evolving technology and business. There isn’t any template for the development…

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Virtual Reality, Virtual Certification

1000 648 David Hoppe

There’s a fascinating short video about pretty much the exact opposite of augmented reality, which nevertheless, has an important message about the widespread impact of something that initially seems local.…

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VR lawyer

Taking Privacy and VR Seriously

1000 648 David Hoppe

They’re Watching You. Really. One of the most vital, yet elusive, legal issues surrounding VR is privacy. The concept has its roots in the oldest, most basic elements of American…

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copyright lawyer

Copyright, VR and MOOCs

1000 648 David Hoppe

One of the things that makes technology different from many other businesses is that in order for a product to succeed, you need partners. More specifically, you need developers. Whether…

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video games lawyer

Pokémon Go: Privacy, Trespass and Liability

1000 648 David Hoppe

Reaching more than 10 million downloads in the United States alone during just its first week, Pokémon Go demonstrates the potential for mixed-reality games, not only for the game business…

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VR lawyer

Virtual Reality, Copyright Law, and the DMCA: Part 1

1000 648 David Hoppe

Few cases to date have addressed the application of copyright legal principles to virtual reality games specifically.  This two-part article will explore the application of Copyright Law and the Digital Millenium…

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media lawyer

Privacy Implications: Capturing Footage for Virtual Reality Movies and Journalism

1000 648 David Hoppe

As virtuality continues to enter more spaces, privacy implications will continue to arise. Since American privacy law and expectations are still forming, privacy is a concern that both developers and…

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video games lawyer

Virtual Reality and Privacy Law: Lessons from Google Street View

1000 648 David Hoppe

Companies designing virtual reality products often base their virtual worlds on real settings. However, making one’s virtual world as accurate as possible – while potentially helpful for copyright purposes –…

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copyright lawyer

Trademark 101 for Virtual Reality Content Creators

1000 648 David Hoppe

Like other intellectual property issues, trademark issues may arise in interesting ways in the context of virtual reality. While virtual reality companies face trademark-related concerns similar to those in any…

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