online prescription solutions
online discount medstore
pills online
buy lorazepam without prescription
xanax for sale
buy xanax without prescription
buy ambien without prescription
ambien for sale
buy modafinil without prescription
buy phentermine without prescription
modafinil for sale
phentermine for sale
lorazepam for sale
buy lexotan without prescription
bromazepam for sale
xenical for sale
buy stilnox without prescription
valium for sale
buy prosom without prescription
buy mefenorex without prescription
buy sildenafil citrate without prescription
buy adipex-p without prescription
librium for sale
buy restoril without prescription
buy halazepam without prescription
cephalexin for sale
buy zoloft without prescription
buy renova without prescription
renova for sale
terbinafine for sale
dalmane for sale
buy lormetazepam without prescription
nobrium for sale
buy klonopin without prescription
priligy dapoxetine for sale
buy prednisone without prescription
buy aleram without prescription
buy flomax without prescription
imovane for sale
adipex-p for sale
buy niravam without prescription
seroquel for sale
carisoprodol for sale
buy deltasone without prescription
buy diazepam without prescription
zopiclone for sale
buy imitrex without prescription
testosterone anadoil for sale
buy provigil without prescription
sonata for sale
nimetazepam for sale
buy temazepam without prescription
buy xenical without prescription
buy famvir without prescription
buy seroquel without prescription
rivotril for sale
acyclovir for sale
loprazolam for sale
buy nimetazepam without prescription
buy prozac without prescription
mogadon for sale
viagra for sale
buy valium without prescription
lamisil for sale
camazepam for sale
zithromax for sale
buy clobazam without prescription
buy diflucan without prescription
modalert for sale
diflucan for sale
buy alertec without prescription
buy zyban without prescription
buy serax without prescription
buy medazepam without prescription
buy imovane without prescription
mefenorex for sale
lormetazepam for sale
prednisone for sale
ativan for sale
buy alprazolam without prescription
buy camazepam without prescription
buy nobrium without prescription
mazindol for sale
buy mazindol without prescription
buy mogadon without prescription
buy terbinafine without prescription
diazepam for sale
buy topamax without prescription
cialis for sale
buy tafil-xanor without prescription
buy librium without prescription
buy zithromax without prescription
retin-a for sale
buy lunesta without prescription
serax for sale
restoril for sale
stilnox for sale
lamotrigine for sale

STLR Link Roundup – November 23, 2013

Apple Awarded $290 million

A jury awarded Apple $290 milllion in its patent retrial against Samsung today, a figure much less than Apple had wanted. Apple asked Samsung for $380 million in damages during the trial, while Samsung argued it should only be paying $52 million.

Together with the $599 million that Apple was awarded from Samsung for patent infringement last year, and $40 million from another patent case involving one of Samsung’s smartphones, the Galaxy S II, Samsung will have paid Apple a total of $929 million in damages for patent infringement.

Apple said in a statement that the case “has always been about more than patents and money. It has been about innovation and the hard work that goes into inventing products that people love.”

Though Apple may have won this battle, the war with Samsung is not yet over. The two companies are scheduled for yet another trial in March 2014, which will involve a different set of Apple patents and newer Samsung products including its popular Galaxy S III.

Privacy of Dating Site Profiles Implicated in James Holmes Case

James Holmes, the man facing 152 criminal charges following his July 2012 shooting spree in a Colorado movie theatre, has filed a motion to suppress records obtained from his profiles on dating sites match.com and AdultFriendFinder.com. The prosecution had planned to introduce these profiles, on which he supposedly asked prospective dates, “Will you visit me in prison?,” under the theory that they are indicative of Holmes’ mental state prior to the shooting. The defense argued that Holmes “had a reasonable expectation of privacy in his profiles and the subscriber information he provided or exposed to the administrators of Match.com and Adultfriendfinder.com. Therefore, asserts the defendant, these records are protected by…the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.”

However, the Court has found that there is no expectation of privacy in usage of each of these sites, based on the way there were open to other subscribers to view. The Court denied the motion to suppress and stated, “It is significant that his main purpose was not to have a private conversation through a private instrument from the privacy of his home or office…It was to have his identification and very personal information disseminated to other participants in the websites…”

 

About the Author

Caroline Kassie

Caroline Kassie is a Staffer for the Columbia Science and Technology Law Review. She is a 2L at Columbia Law School.
blog comments powered by Disqus