Daily Archives: August 25, 2010 - 3 results


Posted 4 years ago in Your Family & The Law by Arthur Buono  
Divorce of the Year: Tiger, Elin, and Lessons Learned

If Elin Nordegren had divorced just about any other man, we wouldn’t be reading all about it. Because Elin’s divorced Tiger Woods, it’s big news. Rather than just bask in the celebrity glow or wallow in schadenfreude, perhaps it’s better do a little after-action report for lessons learned.   Tiger Woods and Elin Nordegren officially splitsville Tiger’s settlement with Elin pegged at $100-150 million Indiscretions say more about technology and privacy than matrimony   Woods, Nordegren Divorce Official Lesson #1: …

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Posted 4 years ago in Internet Law by Arthur Buono  
Facebook Sues Teachbook; Skinbook Beware

Facebook, the Charles Atlas of social networking, has flexed its muscles and kicked sand in the face of educator networking site Teachbook. Facebook can’t stand the thought of all those myopic, introverted teachers peering through thick, horn-rimmed glasses at the niche networking website. So it’s suing Teachbook for trademark infringement.   Facebook claims rights in "book" syllable Trademark a very valuable part of a business Other forms of intellectual property entitled to legal protection   Facebook Sues Teachbook for Trademark …

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Posted 4 years ago in Internet Law by Arthur Buono  
Facebook Kill List Adds Perspective to Places

Since Facebook debuted its Places feature last week a number of privacy advocates have weighed in on it. The gist of the worries is that while you can limit who you tell where you are, you can’t always stop your friends from doing it. This could pose a privacy or security risk of sorts, especially if you happen to be on a Facebook "kill list."   Three Colombian teens on Facebook "kill list" murdered Facebook Places lets you tell users …

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