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What Leaders in the Field Are Reading, April 2017

What are the top Technology Lawyers reading this month? See below for what the ITechLaw Board of Directors are reading about recent developments in technology law. Follow ITechLaw on Twitter @itechlaw_assn for additional articles and information.

Diego FernándezMarval, O'Farrell & Mairal, Argentina: Argentina Draft Bill makes possession of child pornography a crime instead of requiring distribution intent.

Matthew Mousley, Duane Morris LLP, United States: Advertisements coming to smart speakers and voice assistants, like Amazon Echo and Google Home.

Bonus article: How artificial intelligence works is becoming less understandable, even to those who develop it.

Robert Milligan, Seyfarth Shaw LLP, United States: Taking of documents to support purported whistleblowing claim not always protected under U.S. trade secret law

Gabriela Kennedy, Mayer Brown, Hong Kong: Singapore to outlaw short-term Airbnb rentals, Airbnb hosts face stiff fines or imprisonment. 

Jeremy Morton, Harbottle & Lewis, United Kingdom: Read the UK Financial Conduct Authority guidance on whether apps, video, etc are a “durable medium” in EU law.

Kevin ErdmanBrannon Sowers Cracraft PC, United States: USA FCC privacy rules for ISPs nixed but 10 states already trying to fill gap, will US ISPs beg for a federal rule?

Domenico Colella, Orsingher Ortu, Italy: EU Parliament abolishes roaming surcharges