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Supreme Court: Vermont’s Data Mining Law Unconstitutional

July 5th, 2011
Data Security-Privacy

The U.S. Supreme Court recently found Vermont’s data privacy law restricting data mining to be unconstitutional, a win for data mining and pharmaceutical companies. Finding that “speech in the aid of pharmaceutical marketing” is a form of expression protected by the Free Speech Clause of the First Amendment, the Supreme Court struck the state law which prohibited pharmacies from selling or disclosing prescriber-identifying information gleaned from prescription records. This ruling has important implications for other state laws restricting prescription data mining, including for instance, Maine’s data mining law. For more information, click here.

by Nicole Ibboston

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PARTS 5 & 6- Tech Atlanta History: Dennis Hayes/Hayes Microcomputer Products

Dennis Hayes is our inaugural technology leader from the past. Dennis’ company, Hayes Microcomputer Products, was unquestionably the leading modem/telecom company in Atlanta for over a decade, and Dennis built one of the most powerful companies in the microcomputer market. Below are Parts 5 and 6 of our interview with Dennis, where he discusses the GA technology community then vs. now, and determining when to sell a company. Hope you enjoy our video interview and look forward to bringing you future installments of our Atlanta Tech Leadership series.

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Patent Reform Passed by House of Representatives

June 24th, 2011
Patents/IP

Patent Reform Passed by House of Representatives

Daniel E. Sineway

The U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday passed reforms to the nation’s patent laws that could have significant impact on how and when patent applications are filed, and a host of other issues. The most significant reform outlined in the bill would change the U.S. from a “first-to-invent” system to a “first-to-file” system, bringing the U.S. more in line with the rest of the world. Under this new system, if more than one inventor (or company)

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5 Myths About Executive Job Search

 

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Jim Montembeau
Managing Partner – Anteo Executive Search

As the Managing Partner of AES, Jim Montembeau specializes in information technology, energy/smart grid, engineering, and related disciplines. His deep understanding in these areas provide him with the ability to extract pertinent, empirical client and candidate information regarding all facets of searches.

Mr. Montembeau’s credentials and passion for sharing his industry experience

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