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- Court Ruling Strengthens Protections Against Cell Phone Tracking
A judge from the federal district of southern New York has decided to invalidate evidence obtained through the use of a cell phone tracking device. This decision may serve to clarify rules about when it is appropriate to use such technology with and without a warrant.
- The Tao of Discovery
by Planet Depos
More than two thousand years ago, the Chinese warrior-philosopher Sun-Tzu wrote a treatise on military strategy called The Art of War. Since that time, this legendary text has become required reading throughout Asia. Whether in business school, the armed forces, or in law school, it is likely that every student is familiar with the fundamental principles of Sun-Tzu’s masterpiece.
- Facebook Pictures and Privacy Concerns with Facial Recognition Technology
Face Recognition Technology
- The Internet is About to Change – Are You Ready for New gTLDs?
by Jaburg Wilk
Generic top level domains known as “gTLDs” are about to change. If you are thinking that this may be interesting but has no effect on you or your business, think again. Brand owners have several options for protecting their trademarks in this new unlimited gTLD system. By: Maria Crimi Speth
- Protecting Your Personal Information with Online Privacy Laws
A lot of people who use the internet have the need to protect their privacy. However, the internet is still so new that online privacy laws are still being written and modified.
- 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.
- The Impact of Constitutional Protections on E-Discovery
The technological advances that have accompanied the digital age have presented lawyers in California and elsewhere with new challenges when conducting discovery for civil cases involving personal injury and wrongful death, as well as criminal ones. This article explores how constitutional protections have further complicated the process.
- Going Mobile: A Quick Guide to Legal Issues When Monetizing (Non-Music) Content
You are a publisher of traditional hard copy content (newspapers, books, graphic novels, magazines, photographs) and your materials are in demand to fill the digital pipeline created by numerous web-based and mobile applications. Or, you are a media agency or corporate brand manager seeking to extend your footprint into the online space. You are eager to have millions of new eyeballs accessing your treasure trove. Your software developers are on board, ready to digitize.
- Electronic Evidence Meets Right to Privacy in Texas Divorce Cases
There is a false sense of security that takes place when we log on to the internet, our smart phones, or some other form of electronic communication. Many of us seem to think that our true selves are separated from these pieces of technology and that our words and actions are anonymous and floating somewhere through the netherworld of cell phone towers and W-Fi hotspots.
- Cyber Crime Top 10 Dos & Don’ts
Cyber crime is on the rise. That may not be a novel or new statement, but what is novel and new is the way that law enforcement, attorneys and judges are dealing with this new area of the law. Unlike the categories of the law that we’re used to, like family or bankruptcy, cyber law isn’t a body of law unto itself, but a collection of laws regulating how people behave when they use computers, networks and the Internet. It frequently also draws on both state and federal law.