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Easy IMC Principles for Hardworking DAs

Karina Bowen PhotoThe crime in question was committed on December 6th, 2017. The main fact of the People v. Hampton case was that a catalytic converter had been stolen from Mr. Vargas’ mother’s 2003 green Honda CRV. At around 3:45 a.m. on the above date, a call went out reporting two suspicious people on Broadway and a suspected car burglary. Officer Prodom and Officer Ambrick were responding to the call. Officer Prodom, on his way to the call noticed a car with paper plates making a U-turn in front…

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  • Pepperdine Student Comments
  • May 03, 2019

I’m a YouTube Influencer. Why will I be sued?

Lawsuit ImageOur fourth minisode of “The Creative Influencer” podcast is available today for download on iTunes, Spotify, and premier platforms everywhere.  In minisodes, we answer questions that our listeners have emailed Jon.  In this minisode, Jon answers a question about the five most common ways a YouTuber can find themself in legal peril.


A transcript of the episode follows:


Welcome to the minisode. Today we have an e-mail from Monica. The subject line says: “Suing a YouTuber.”

 The email reads:

Hi Jon,

A couple of weeks…

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  • The Creative Influencer , Influencers | Social Media
  • May 01, 2019

DMCA Takedown - Part 2

DMCATwo weeks ago, we discussed the basics of DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Act) takedown notices.  This week, we have compiled a guide of how to submit a takedown notice on Instagram. We’ll wrap it up next week with a guide of how to submit a takedown notice on YouTube as well as how you should respond if you are hit with a takedown notice.

Let’s get started with a DMCA takedown on Instagram. Instagram has made it simple to notify their agent. Follow this link and respond to the…

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  • Guides , Influencers | Social Media , Copyright , Copyright Infringement
  • Apr 29, 2019

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