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Navy Set To Use OTAs, Contracts for Enterprise Cyber Campaign

The Naval Information Warfare Center Atlantic announced a Commercial Services Opening for prototypes of enterprise cybersecurity software. The CSO-type solicitation is used to directly negotiate rapid, non-FAR contracts with industry to acquire innovative technology and signals the possibility of an OTA contract or a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) to fulfill the Navy’s procurement needs.

Instagram Gets Copyright Lawsuit Over Embedding Tool Dismissed

Instagram LLC convinced a federal judge in California on Friday to tentatively toss a proposed class action alleging the social media giant’s embedding tool induces third-party publishers to display works posted by Instagram users without paying them, infringing the users’ copyrights.

Comcast Gets Mixed Rulings on Eve of Patent Trial on Xfinity App

Comcast won a ruling granting its request to exclude an expert’s testimony on potential damages from a jury trial set to begin Monday with an inventor’s closely held company, but the federal judge also adopted a magistrate’s recommendation that he deny Comcast’s bid to invalidate two patents for which NexStep is seeking royalties for alleged infringement by Comcast’s Xfinity My Account app.

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Telehealth Is Booming During Covid. Is it Here to Stay?

Millions of Americans have taken advantage of telehealth during the coronavirus pandemic, so why has it taken so long for widespread adoption?

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