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29 Aug 2013, 6:00 am by Yosie Saint-Cyr
A recent survey from the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) shows a disturbing trend that online surveillance often happens without transparent judicial oversight, and yet appears to be raising relatively little concern among the public. As a result, the CIRA, which is the organization that manages the .CA Internet domain, is calling for a national dialogue on online privacy. The survey was prompted by the revelations that the United States government monitors the activities of Internet… [read post]
21 Feb 2014, 9:59 am by Mitchell Lazarus
Effort follows recent loss in court. You have to feel sorry for the FCC, trying to write net neutrality rules despite a court order that pretty much rules out “neutrality.” A month after the D.C. Circuit rejected the FCC’s approach to net neutrality, the FCC has announced it will not appeal that decision. While three of the commissioners remain determined to craft some type of net neutrality constraints, the FCC has put out a curious announcement sheds no light on what, if any,… [read post]
2 Apr 2011, 7:49 am by Traverse Internet Law
Internet Lawyer Summit Traverse Internet Law is organizing the first Cyberlawyer Summit to be held May 11 and 12 at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. Eighteen of the leading Internet lawyers from across the country have been invited to this small, exclusive meeting focused on client development, synergistic opportunities and business operations. Many of the leading Internet law firms in the country are confirmed participants. If your law firm is dedicated predominantly to cyberlaw, preferably with a… [read post]
26 Jun 2013, 11:54 am by Ron Coleman
Originally posted 2008-06-12 12:50:01. Republished by Blog Post PromoterWe already covered the Designer Skin v. S&L Vitamins summary judgment decision, and linked to commentators Greg Beck, Bill Patry, Rebecca Tushnet, Eric Goldman and Jason Lee Miller. But it’s positively nerve-wracking reading the commentary of someone like Evan Brown! [read post]
3 Jan 2010, 2:22 pm by Jeanne Hannah
Readability is a free download that lets you read web articles free of all that commercial junk flashing around the periphery and distracting your concentration from the text. It's like TIVO for your computer. You simply drag the "readability" word to your toolbar, and whenever you want to read a webpage's text only, just click on the toolbar. If you want to get back to the original webpage, just refresh the page. [read post]
10 May 2010, 3:02 pm by AttorneySync
We put together a short pdf guide to share our views on 5 of the most common lawyer marketing mistakes we see. Let us know what you think. 5 Most Common Lawyer Marketing Mistakes Ineffective Law Firm Website? Is your law firm website performing the way you’d like? Get a FREE Website Checkup. Let us take a look at your firm’s site and show you the problem areas and what you can do to remedy them. Visitors who read this post also read:Free Download: 5 Lawyer… [read post]
15 Jul 2010, 5:25 am by Ron Coleman
Originally posted 2009-01-12 23:45:25. Republished by Blog Post PromoterOn the occasion of the S&L Vitamins v. Australian Gold trial, I reposted what I wrote here six months earlier about the first of these these jointly evil twin litigation matters, conducted in appropriately welcoming environs, in which our client is entwined: O’Connor federal courthouse Originally uploaded [...] [read post]
3 Jan 2011, 7:39 am by Jonathan Frieden
Happy New Year!  In no particular order, these were the most popular E-Commerce Law posts in 2010: Student’s Off-Campus Cyber-Bullying Protected by the First Amendment Plaintiff Granted Expedited Discovery to Subpoena Social Networking Sites for Identity of Defendants Court Holds "No Legitimate Reasonable Expectation of Privacy" in "Private" Facebook or MySpace PostingsOperating Website with Name Similar to Plaintiff's Registered Trademark is Insufficient to Subject Defendant to Jurisdiction… [read post]
27 Dec 2011, 3:08 pm by Ron Coleman
Originally posted 2008-09-05 17:01:27. Republished by Blog Post PromoterThe District of Arizona ruled today in a case we defended through trial and have reported on here extensively.  The decision is here; the minute entry on the electronic docket reads as follows: FINDINGS OF FACT AND CONCLUSIONS OF LAW – that S & L Vitamins has [...] [read post]
7 Jan 2010, 9:50 am by AttorneySync
Download Your Free Guide: Law Firm Websites Done Right With the following guide, our goal is to give you some simple and tangible considerations that should be on your mind when you're either setting up your own website, or hiring someone else to build it for you. The Law Firm Websites Done Right Guide Includes: Identifying The Goals For Your Law Firm's Site Static Sites vs. Content Management Systems Important Technical Components of A Good Site Content and Layout of Your Site's Pages You can… [read post]
28 Jan 2014, 6:02 am by Steve Brachmann
Globally, there were about 66 million IPTV subscribers as of June 2012, and that amount is expected to rise to 102 million by 2018… It appears that subscriber content preferences are going to have much greater sway over the services provided to consumers in coming years. As we reported recently in our coverage of the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show, Roku TVs will be offered on the global consumer market within the year, and will likely give users access to more than 1,000 channels with a… [read post]
13 Dec 2010, 11:11 am by aaronklaw
With so many ways to start a website at very little cost, many people are turning to the Internet to sell goods, advertise their services or to share information with family and friends. Most will simply write some copy and add a few pictures. But some of these websites could be in violation of ecommerce, copyright or other laws and the website owner may be totally unaware of this. The owner may also not be aware of other sites that are infringing on their copyrights and domain names. A website… [read post]
18 Jul 2012, 8:44 pm
According to the New York Times, Russian lawmakers have approved legislation that would strengthen its ability to control its citizens' Internet activity. The bill will impose hefty fines for unsanctioned protests and it has reinstituted criminal charges for slander. According to Alla Zabrovskaya, public relations director of Google Russia, the proposed law may also enable the government to blacklist whole domains when only part of the hosted content is illegal.The bottom line is that while… [read post]
6 May 2010, 7:16 am by Gyi Tsakalakis
Are you proud of your law firm’s website? Are you looking to make some improvements? We’re looking for a few good law firm websites to discuss in an upcoming webinar. The subject of the webinar will be to discuss what works, and what doesn’t for marketing your law firm online. We’ll cover subjects like: -Architecture -Design -On-page Optimization -Conversion Optimization -Reputation If you’d like to nominate your website, please fill out the form below. [contact-form] We look forward to… [read post]
18 Jul 2012, 8:18 pm
According to the New York Times, Russian lawmakers have approved legislation that would strengthen its ability to control its citizens' Internet activity. The bill will impose hefty fines for unsanctioned protests and it has reinstituted criminal charges for slander. According to Alla Zabrovskaya, public relations director of Google Russia, the proposed law may also enable the government to blacklist whole domains when only part of the hosted content is illegal. The bottom line is that while… [read post]
1 Mar 2010, 4:23 am by thejaghunter
The real emergency...the real Tsunami - A Robert Hefner illustration “When early reports predicted the cybersecurity measure would allow the president to “declare a cybersecurity emergency,” online privacy groups said they felt that would endow the White House with overly ambiguous and far-reaching powers to regulate the Internet. “The bill will still contain most of those powers, and a “vast majority” of its other components “remain unchanged,” an aide with knowledge of the… [read post]
18 Jul 2012, 8:18 pm
According to the New York Times, Russian lawmakers have approved legislation that would strengthen its ability to control its citizens' Internet activity. The bill will impose hefty fines for unsanctioned protests and it has reinstituted criminal charges for slander. According to Alla Zabrovskaya, public relations director of Google Russia, the proposed law may also enable the government to blacklist whole domains when only part of the hosted content is illegal. The bottom line is that while… [read post]
23 Jun 2010, 9:48 am by AttorneySync
Google Voice officially opened up to the public yesterday, no more invitations required. For those of you that aren’t familiar with Google Voice, here is an excerpt from the Google Voice Blog: A little over a year ago, we released an early preview of Google Voice, our web-based platform for managing your communications. We introduced one number to ring all your phones, voicemail that works like email, free calls and text messages to the U.S. and Canada, low-priced international calls and… [read post]
31 Oct 2011, 7:50 am by Jing Zhu
        U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk announced, on October 20th, 2011, that the United States, pursuant to World Trade Organization (“WTO”) rules, is requesting China to provide more information on its Internet restrictions. More than a week passed with Chinese media and the public paying the request little attention.         It is not surprising that China is giving this sensitive request the silent treatment.… [read post]
e-commerce : quel tribunal est compétent pour connaître d'un litige né d'une prestation contractée sur un site internet en Europe? A l'heure où le commerce électronique permet un essor des activités transfrontalières, la Cour de Justice de l'Union Européenne a rendu le 7 décembre 2010 un arrêt *  qui intéressera tant les consommateurs dans l'Union Européenne que les sociétés et entreprises [read post]