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  • Domain Names May Need Protection From XXX Designation
    by Flavia Campbell and Jeffrey H. Albright, Lewis and Roca LLP

  • Film Incentive Legislation in New Mexico
    May 5, 2011 by Gina Constant

  • "Art and Entertainment Law in New Mexico"
    August 2009 New Mexico Lawyer

  • Film Works for New Mexico by Gina Constant

  • "Intellectual Property"
    October 2008 New Mexico Lawyer

    Google’s database plan launches March 1

    On March 1, 2012, Google plans to begin combining your web data into a single data base. The Google activity will combine your web history with information gathered from YouTube and other sources for the purpose of targeted advertising and reminders. The combined information can reveal information concerning sexual orientation, health issues, location and shopping data, frequently visited cites and other similar information. Electronic Frontier Foundation, a San Francisco based company organized to protect privacy regardless of electronic medium, is offering some guidelines to delete your web history and screen shots. Merely accessing and clicking "deleting history" from your laptop or computer will not work. Additionally, many cell phone/smartphone providers have been notifying their customers as to how to block GPS location data and other procedures for limiting access to private information. More information can be found at EFF's web site



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