From the Los Angeles Times Consumer deception? That 'Buy Now' button on Amazon or iTunes may not mean you own what you paid for By Michael Hiltzik The dirty little secret of the digital marketplace long has been that buyers of e-books, MP3 ... UC Berkeley School of Information, 1 month ago
Hiltzik: That Buy Now button on Amazon or iTunes may not mean you own what you paid for - Los Angeles Times, 1 month ago
, partner Dana B. Rosenfeld , along with Professor Chris Hoofnagle from UC Berkeley Law, will present " " at the Privacy + Security Forum Conference in Washington, D.C. This Consumer Privacy & Security session will discuss key lessons from ...Kelley Drye & Warren LLP, 1 month ago
Change Begins at the School of Information Many come to the School of Information to understand the impact that information has on individuals and society, and the ways in which people make decisions with information to shape human institutions.UC Berkeley School of Information, 2 weeks ago
Abstract https://ssrn.com/abstract=2778072 Abstract: Retailers such as Apple and Amazon market digital media to consumers using the familiar language of product ownership, including phrases like buy now, own, and purchase.SSRN, 1 month ago
If the Buy Now button is deceptive, what can we do about it? vectorplusb/Thinkstock This article is part of the future of ownership installment of Futurography , a series in which Future Tense introduces readers to the technologies ...Slate Magazine, 1 month ago
The CEO and ownersof Backpage.com are accused of heinous crimes, but California Attorney General Kamala Harrisindictment of the three men could lead toa major upheaval forsomeSilicon Valley tech companies, experts said Friday. Backpage is an ...SiliconValley.com, 1 month ago
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