Topics: Internet Law - 269 results



Posted 1 year ago in Internet Law Video by Larry Bodine  
What Plagiarism Can Cost You [Video]

  As students everywhere are heading to back to school, it’s good to remember that breaking some school rules can also mean breaking the …

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Newsbreak: Legal News for Small Businesses [Video]

    Betsy Kim, editorial director of Lawyers.com, provides today’s Newsbreak, a legal update for entrepreneurs.  Small businesses may have a better chance of …

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Posted 1 year ago in Internet Law by Aaron Kase  
Wikipedia Fertile Ground for Libel

The beauty of Wikipedia is that anybody can edit the online encyclopedia’s pages. The danger of Wikipedia is the same. By crowd-sourcing its editing …

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Posted 1 year ago in Internet Law by Josh Crank  
Spammers Hit With $1.6M Damages After Ditching Court

A small Internet service provider (ISP) won a default judgment and a hefty $1.6 million in damages after establishing that it was harmed by …

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NM Employers Can’t Ask for Applicants’ Facebook Passwords

Joining a handful of other states that limit employer access to social media accounts, New Mexico on Apr. 5 passed a law forbidding employers …

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Posted 2 years ago in Internet Law by Aaron Kase  
It’s Illegal to Resell iTunes Songs Online, Court Rules

Digital music cannot be sold secondhand over the Internet, even if the seller deletes the original file, a federal judge ruled last week. The …

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