Im going to guess that if youre reading this blog, youre likely already aware that under current US law, there is no comprehensive Internet privacy protection scheme working to place limits on the... more
The number one concern I have observed with our clients online terms and agreements is NOT with the substantive drafting of the provisions, but with the way these contracts (and yes, they are binding... more
If you file a defamation suit, make sure you do it in the right place. One part of the equation is jurisdiction - does the court have jurisdiction over the case and over the defendant. However, an... more
The Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act ("E-Sign") (15 USC 7001-7031) grants parties the ability to contract electronically, defining an "electronic signature" broadly as "an... more
Can you sue a person or business for hacking your Facebook, Twitter, Email, Computer, Home Network and Internet Service Accounts?
Lets say you recently learned that someone hacked your email account... more
On April 5, 2012, President Obama signed into law the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act (or JOBS Act), which makes rather significant changes to the way that money can be raised for many business,... more
This question comes up on Avvo at least weekly, if not daily. Sites like Mugshots.com and other similar sites are growing in number, more digitized criminal records, this is becoming more relevant by... more
Internet defamation is becoming a serious problem on the internet and many victims are at a loss for how to handle it or what action to take.
Generally it can be very difficult, if not impossible to... more
WHAT IS COPYRIGHT?Copyright is a form of protection provided by the laws of the United States (Title 17, U. S. Code) to the authors of original works of authorship, including literary, dramatic,... more