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10 Jan 2012, 7:00 am by Peter Lemire
Do you or your business use independent software developers? If so here’s an important read about copyright law that affects you and your business. [read post]
According to media reports, numerous Internet Cafe's in Ohio were raided by law enforcement today. If you, or someone you know, requires legal representation, please call the Cleveland, Ohio criminal defense lawyers at Friedman & Frey, L.L.C. for a free initial consultation: (216)928-7700. [read post]
3 Jan 2012, 1:20 pm by Travis Crabtree
We continue our video series on the Children's Online Privacy and Protection Act with the reasoning behind the FTC's proposed changes. You can also read my overview of COPPA. [read post]
5 Jan 2012, 9:10 am by Travis Crabtree
We conitnue our series on the Children's Online Privacy and Protection Act, or COPPA, with a double-dose discussion on the meaning of "personal information" under the law and the effect of the proposed changes. You can also read my overview of COPPA. [read post]
15 Jul 2011, 7:56 am by Andrew Weber
The following is a guest post by Bacilio Mendez II, an intern in the Public Services Division of the Law Library of Congress. Computer hacking has been in the news a bit of late and we here at the Law Library of Congress thought that we would turn this confusing moment in the societal consciousness into one of empowerment by sharing with you, the loyal readers of the In Custodia Legis blog, a few volumes in our collection that may help you understand Internet Law a bit more. The titles of the books… [read post]
27 Dec 2011, 3:29 pm by Travis Crabtree
We continue our video series on the Children's Online Privacy and Protection Act with the basic guidelines the Federal Trade Commission lists to make sure you are complying with COPPA. You have to excuse the interruption in the middle of the video for the break regarding CLE verification code which you can ignore. You can also read my overview of COPPA. [read post]
27 Nov 2013, 5:07 am by Dianne Saxe
In our continuing effort to “Walk the Talk”, we always try to pick green and socially constructive suppliers for our law firm. Websites and web servers have a surprisingly large environmental footprint. We are proud to announce that our new Internet Service Provider for this website is an environmentally conscious local firm, Ethical Like us, they are Bullfrog Powered, and determined to make a difference. Thank you, John, for making the transition so easy. [read post]
18 Jan 2012, 8:33 pm by Josh Sturtevant
I was already against SOPA before the internet blackout today, so Wikipedia et al. shutting down didn't necessarily impact my thoughts on the legislation. However, it did make me realize how much I have grown accustomed to using Wikipedia in everyday life. I know it isn't always perfect, but for the quick refresher or primer on most topics, it is an invaluable resource. It also made me wonder whether any of our readers were impacted by the action. Did you change your mind on SOPA one way or… [read post]
4 Feb 2013, 11:50 am by Antonin I. Pribetic
 Catherine R. Gellis (Digital Age Defense) has published “2012 State of the Law Regarding Internet Intermediary Liability for User-Generated Content“, Business Lawyer, Vol. 68, No. 1, 2012 which contains a summary of key cases regarding 47 U.S.C. Section 230 and 17 U.S.C. Section 512. Related articles A Brief Primer on Section 230 Protections ( Hunter Moore of announces new revenge porn website ( EFF’s Guide to CDA 230: The… [read post]
11 Jun 2009, 7:00 pm by Av. Şamil DEMİR
Avrupa ülkelerinin parlamentolar?n?n gündemini ?u günlerde telif haklar?na ili?kin düzenlemelerle korunan eserlerin, özellikle sinema ve müzik eserlerinin internet yoluyla yasad??? payla??m?na ili?kin yasal düzenlemeler me?gul etmekte. Yap?lan düzenlemeler, bu durumdan muzdarip sinema ve müzik sektörü taraf?ndan geç kal?nm?? bir ad?m … Okumaya devam et ? [read post]
7 Jun 2013, 6:21 am by Antonin I. Pribetic
Jorge R. Roig (Charleston School of Law) has posted “Emerging Technologies and Dwindling Speech”, University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law, Vol. 16, 2013 (Forthcoming).  The abstract reads: Inspired in part by the recent holding in Bland v. Roberts that the use of the “Like” feature in Facebook is not covered by the Free Speech Clause, this article makes a brief foray into the approach that courts have taken in the recent past towards questions of… [read post]
2 Oct 2011, 5:05 pm by Attorney Christopher A. Pearsall
Protecting yourself and your clients is more than just about the law we know. Tragedy could strike at any time. A hard drive quits on you. Files get corrupted from a sudden surge of electricity. Files can get lost based upon an immediate loss of power without proper battery backup systems. This should be a concern of lawyers in Rhode Island practicing divorce. You and your clients deserve to be protected in more ways than one. I've tried and tested virtually every major internet backup system from… [read post]
8 Apr 2014, 1:01 pm by aa110potter
The idea of Internet crimes was almost laughable just a few years ago. As more people turned to the Internet on a daily basis, the number of Internet crimes increased. When you face a similar charge and live in the Las Vegas area, Cal Potter is here to help. Internet crimes refer to any crime that involves the use of a computer and an Internet signal. These crimes can now include activities that use a tablet or a smartphone. Some of the more popular Internet crimes include: *Sex crimes *Credit card… [read post]
29 Mar 2012, 3:00 am by Ruth Carter
No I'm Blogging This by Andre Charland I taught a class this week at Gangplank, an awesome collaborative co-working space in Chandler, on some of the legalities of blogging. It was part of Gangplank Academy. As I was going through my notes in preparation of this class, it occurred to me that there are some critical questions every blogger should ask themselves before publishing a new blog post. 1. Is all the information in your blog verifiable? 2. Is every statement that isn’t… [read post]
14 Oct 2011, 3:56 pm by Pete
Over the past year or two , Leyendecker & Lemire has seen a huge rise in potential clients coming to us regarding lawsuits regarding illegal downloading of movies.  In the past two years there have been several prominent lawsuits filed against thousands of alleged infringers.  In fact,  a company called the US Copyright Group (“USCG”) has built a business of approaching independent film makers (usually films that have won OSCARS®) to allow USCG to enforce the rights on the film makers… [read post]
8 Feb 2010, 3:22 pm by Jeff Berman
Frequently Adding Content Is Crucial I wrote a post recently highlighting the benefits of blogging for your firm. We hear “the experts” tell us all the time that we need a blog. I know plenty of lawyers that have set one up. They blog for awhile, get too busy, and before they know it, the blog hasn’t been updated in 4 months. Actively Blogging Is The Key So what can creating new content, ie: active blogging, do for you? Here is a convincing study from HubSpot: A study of 2,168 HubSpot… [read post]
12 Aug 2010, 8:05 am by McNabb Ferrari, P.C.
A federal grand jury in Tucson returned an 88-count indictment against Anthony Mark Boscarino, 44, of Phoenix, formerly of Tucson, on August 4, 2010. Boscarino is charged with 51 counts of wire fraud, 17 counts of money laundering, 8 counts of mail fraud, and several tax evasion and firearms charges. The indictment alleges Boscarino used his sports handicapping Internet business, called Mike's Lock Club, to solicit customers to invest in several fraudulent schemes. One alleged scheme involved… [read post]
9 Mar 2009, 10:11 am by Glenn R. Reiser
Before Maria Stengart quit her job, she was already making plans to sue her employer. She e-mailed her lawyer during business hours from her company-issued laptop, though she was circumspect enough to use her personal Web-based Yahoo e-mail account. It was not until discovery in the ensuing hostile-workplace, constructive-discharge case that she learned company lawyers had a copy of the message, which was automatically saved on the laptop's hard drive as a temporary file. Now a Bergen County judge,… [read post]
24 May 2010, 8:21 am by Glenn R. Reiser
// This is no joke! A stand-up comedian sued by her husband's family for making Jewish mother-in-law jokes gets to enjoy the punchline after a federal judge threw the case out of court. The comedian's descriptions of her in-laws, though laced with implications of racism, were merely "colorful, figurative rhetoric," U.S. District Judge Mary Cooper said in dismissing the suit, Edelman v. Croonquist, 09-cv-1938. Sunda Croonquist, whose comedy routine for years has been to describe her life as a… [read post]
31 Jan 2014, 3:58 am by Dan Harris
A few months ago, a couple of our China lawyers did a project for a company looking for various ways to bring its internet game to China.  Now that the project is over, I cleaned up my files and came across an initial email interaction between the client and me, that went something like the following (the point of which is that China’s internet is different from the West, and legally complicated): Q. How can we register trademarks in China? We’ve already registered them in the… [read post]