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- Bipartisan Bill Looks to Crack Down on Rogue Websites
A bipartisan group in the U.S. House of Representatives recently introduced legislation intended to combat the illegal distribution of counterfeit goods via rogue websites hosted overseas. The proposed bill greatly expands protections for intellectual property (IP) and, if passed, would bring sweeping changes to copyright law.
- Facebook Pictures and Privacy Concerns with Facial Recognition Technology
Face Recognition Technology
- Did Lawsuit Get Filed in The Right Place?
In the age of the internet, filing lawsuits has become more complicated. Consider the scenario where you order a product from a website and the company is from out of state or maybe you are working with an vendor or supplier that is located out of state. Some dispute arises and a lawsuit is imminent. Where should the lawsuit be filed?
- $1.5 Million For Texting? That is Awesome, Dude
Between email and texting and IM and social media messaging in its varied forms, the number of ways to communicate without ever actually speaking is astonishing. And it can lead to big problems when combined with continuing contract discussions. If your life is anything like mine, you were forced into text messaging kicking and screaming.
- User Agreements for your website
Don't think you need contracts for your website? Think again! Consult a lawyer today that specializes in internet law.
- “I Never Signed Nuthin!” Five Tips For Small Biz Internet Contracts
If you’re a small business with an e-commerce website you’d be best served making sure your site does substantiate understanding of the transaction and it does confirm assent to the terms in what the courts have uniformly called a “fair and forthright” manner. Here are five tips to help you do just that.
- Internet Marketing Law - FTC and Advertising Rules
Marketing and Advertising on the Internet is subject to the same laws as any other medium. Sometimes people do not follow those rules, and the FTC or State AG is involved.
- If My Only Contact with a State Is My website, Can I Be Sued There?
A recent decision by the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in Penguin Group (USA) Inc. v. American Buddha may make it easier for New York plaintiffs asserting copyright infringement over the Internet to haul infringers into court in New York.
- A Recipe for Disaster
Why a magazine is in hot water over a half-baked response to alleged copyright infringement.
- How to Protect Your Business against Internet Defamation
The Internet is, as the cliché goes, "a marketplace of ideas." Whether a person has an opinion on politics, commerce, or even the show they saw on TV last night, there is always a forum to spread their opinion on, and that opinion will be available worldwide.