Daily Archives: February 14, 2012 - 2 results


Posted 3 years ago in Internet Law by Richard Dahl  
It Can Be OK for Someone to Impersonate You on Twitter

So long as someone else isn’t making money on your name or defaming other people, it can be OK for them to impersonate you on Twitter. The recent revelation that a faker had been impersonating Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Cormac McCarthy on Twitter prompted a flurry of mostly amused discussion in literary and cyber circles. But it’s also raised questions about the legality of such pretenses. Michael Crossan, an unpublished writer, created a fake Twitter account, @CormacCMcCarthy.com, which attracted 6,000 followers, …

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Posted 3 years ago in Divorce by Larry Bodine  
Top 5 Factors That Lead To Divorce

This is a guest blog post from Bari Z. Weinberger, a Parsippany, New Jersey divorce and family law attorney. Valentine’s Day, the official holiday of love, evokes images of happy couples wrapped in passionate embraces. While married couples know that long-term relationships take more effort than occasional jewelry and flowers, Valentine’s Day might be a good time to consider the attention that you and your spouse give to each other. If you’re thinking that your relationship could be strengthened, you …

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