Ryan Morrison, better known on Reddit and the internet as "Video Game Attorney," and co-hosts Austin Hoffman and Ali Rothman, take a hard look at how the law will react to the fast growth in technology. Will we need consent to sleep with a robot? Will our organs be government property? Come in and find out.
ROBOT CONGRESS - 98 - Keeping It IRL
This week Ryan, Austin, and special guest Noah Downs talk about Privacy Rights and recording in public!
ROBOT CONGRESS - 97 - Hurricane FEMA
This week Ryan, Austin, and Ali discuss disaster relief, hurricanes, and COVID-19!
ROBOT CONGRESS - 96 - Space Force Trademark Wars
This week Ryan, Austin, and Ali discuss what Netflix's trademark claim on Space Force actually means for the United States' space agency!
ROBOT CONGRESS - 95 - Twitch DMCA Dilemma
This week Ryan, Austin, and Ali are joined by special guest Noah Downs to discuss the legalities and realities of streaming on Twitch!
ROBOT CONGRESS - 94 - Who Owns the Happy Birthday Song
This week Ryan, Austin, and Ali talk about the strange ownership-journey of the world-famous Happy Birthday song!
ROBOT CONGRESS - 93 - GTA v Lindsay Lohan and Right of Publicity
This week Ryan, Austin, and Ali discuss privacy and publicity, Robotic Vanna White, Lindsay Lohan in GTA, and Selena Gomez's appearance in a random mobile game!
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Honestly, I am a fan of your content. You talk about a wide variety of topics, and you keep the content interesting. As a newbie, I appreciate the attention and detail you bring to these issues, as well. I feel as though I’m able to learn as well as generally just enjoy the conversations you host.
I also know that you’re sincere and dedicated to helping people by informing them. Sure, there may be sarcastic jokes and comments about people on the Internet, but the firm is also open to counseling and actually assisting those people who truly want to learn and be better.
There are plenty of trolls out there, but this podcast isn’t for the trolls. It’s for the curious and the wanderlust. A prime example of clarifying the facts was where you discuss how the Internet reacted to May the Fourth out of a misunderstanding and failure to fact check the actual circumstances.
It’s an honor to be a new attorney with such role models in the field and just model humans, generally.
Entertaining and Informative
I can’t get enough of the business side of gaming, technology, etc. and this podcast was exactly what I’m looking for.
Really love this show. Can’t recommend enough! Austin is the funniest person ever and Ryan and Ali actually teach a lot between the dumb jokes.