Topics: The Internet & The Law - 193 results



Government Says FBI Exempt From Privacy Protection Law

The Florida socialite whose FBI complaint led to the resignation of Gen. David Petraeus is suing the government for allegedly leaking her private emails …

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Posted 12 months ago in Internet Law by Aaron Kase  
California Beefs Up Online Privacy Laws

California passed amendments recently to strengthen its Online Privacy Protection Act, a move that will have implications for Internet sites hosted across the globe. …

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Posted 12 months ago in Crime Social Networks Your Personal Rights by Josh Crank  
Facebook Threats Made Abroad Can Still Land You in US Jail

A Colorado man faces up to five years in prison and half a million dollars in fines because he thought it was legal to …

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Facebook ‘Like’ is Speech Protected by First Amendment

The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on Sept. 23 that clicking “like” on Facebook can be protected speech for First Amendment purposes, …

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Posted 12 months ago in The Internet & The Law Your Job & The Law by Betsy Kim  
Easy Steps to Secure Your Facebook Privacy [Infographic]

As reported in The New York Times, Facebook faces an Federal Trade Commission inquiry as to whether its latest privacy policies violate its 2011 …

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Posted 12 months ago in Internet Law Social Networks by Sylvia Hsieh  
Courtney Love Digs Herself a Hole Over Social Media Rants

Courtney Love has once again been sued for defamation for her rants on social media. This is the third time Love’s overactive mouth has …

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