Legal Advice for Cyber Bully — 7 results
Written by attorney Michelle Perfili, over 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
The Internet has opened up the world to many. Like life
in the real world, if you open the door too wide in the cyber world it is likely
some vermin will creep in.By nowmost have heard of... more
Written by attorney Alan Brinkmeier, over 4 years ago.
Cyber bullying In Illinois 105 ILCS 135/1-2 (2008) defines such harassment through electronic communications. The definition includes "making any obscene comment, request, suggestion or... more
Written by attorney Brian Loncar, 3 months ago.
According to a recent decision by the Georgia Court of Appeals, parents in the State are now liable for what their kids post to Facebook and other social media accounts. By 2012, at least... more
Written by attorney Brian Loncar, 4 months ago.
In this age of digital communications, could the slings and arrows of cyber-bullies intent on causing physical harm indirectly to another person, be the direct cause of a person doing harm... more
Written by attorney Rixon Rafter, over 3 years ago.
Virginia has enacted a cyber-bullying law in response to the explosive growth in social media and the ability of individuals to make themselves known in a wide range of media. The statute... more
Written by attorney Michael Harrington, about 4 years ago.
Among the new laws that go into force on New Year's Day 2011 is California Senate Bill 1411. The law is codified as Penal Code section 528.5 and is aimed at 'Cyber Bullies'. The bill was... more
Written by attorney Terry Scannell, 6 months ago.
Relatively new in the law are disputes which center around “cyber bulling”, “cyber stalking or harassment” and defamation about you or your business on the internet. Another subset of these... more