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Posted 2 years ago in Internet Law by Aaron Kase  
Facebook Ignores Harassment Complaints

What do you do when you find an imposter page on Facebook with your name, photo and false information you’d rather not have your loved ones, or coworkers, see? Facebook took a month to remove sexually explicit imposter page The law provides a range of civil and criminal penalties against online stalkers Protect your data and personal information before someone uses it against you   A Very Graphic Way A recent story in Consumer Reports (print version only) took the …

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Posted 2 years ago in Internet Law by Mike Mintz  
New Law Will Let the Feds Monitor Your Email

A new pending law called the Cyber Intelligence Sharing Protection Act of 2011 (CISPA) might make your email a matter of national security. The proposed legislation could include monitoring of your e-mails, filtering content and blocking access to sites. Critics of the proposed statute argue that it would let internet service providers monitor you for possible infringement of intellectual property, which might include downloading a TV show or watching it on a site like Hulu, posting pictures on Pinterest that …

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