Marketplace Tech Report for Wednesday, December 28, 2011
Dec 28, 2011

Marketplace Tech Report for Wednesday, December 28, 2011

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When it comes to technology, courts and legal scholars can run into some thorny issues. For instance, when does someone have a right to film you and put those images online? And what can you do about it once those images are up there? Jeffrey Rosen is with George Washington University Law School and has been thinking about how the Constitution addresses modern technology. Also in the show, bad grammar found in spam folders.

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When it comes to technology, courts and legal scholars can run into some thorny issues. For instance, when does someone have a right to film you and put those images online? And what can you do about it once those images are up there? Jeffrey Rosen is with George Washington University Law School and has been thinking about how the Constitution addresses modern technology. Also in the show, bad grammar found in spam folders.

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