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The full name of the book is Civility in the Digital Age: How Companies and People Can Triumph over Haters, Trolls, Bullies, and Other Jerks.
Author Andrea Weckerle gave me a free copy* to look over Chapter 9 entitled “Legal Aspects of Online Disputes and Conflicts.” The legal basics are adequately covered, but I found myself more intrigued by the rest … Continue Reading
After looking at the most popular posts from 2012 in our last edition, today we look at what are likely going to be the big trends for 2013 in internet and marketing law.
Privacy and COPPA – Although this issue is not likely to dominate the general business population, privacy and COPPA will continue to dominate the media’s … Continue Reading
Yes, it’s the lazy way to do a post during the week before Christmas and New Year. In my next post, we will use this information to help predict the trends of legal issues for online media, marketing, internet law and start-ups for 2013.
1. SOPA The Debate in Plain English and the SOPA Update and Editorial
The two … Continue Reading
I confess. I am not necessarily an early adopter. I got my first iPhone about three months ago and my five-year-old son knows more about it than I do at this point.
But, focusing on internet law, I do have an excuse for playing around with new services and products. I generally give a product about thirty … Continue Reading
Yes, somehow it all made sense, blended together and related to internet law. This Week In Law, hosted by Denise Howell and Evan Brown, invited Taxgirl Kelly Phillips Erb and me to join them for this Friday’s show.
We covered taxes for ecommerce and its impact on behemoths like Amazon, the mom and pop e-retailers and the consumers. We also … Continue Reading
Notwithstanding my area of practice, I have so far successfully avoided the iPhone craze. In fact, I have managed to avoid the entire i-craze. No iPhone, no iPad, no iPod.
I’m not trying to make some social statement against the closed nature of Apple products. I’ve just gotten by with other mp3 players. On the phone, … Continue Reading
While I love staying up with the online legal issues, I have been more focused on trying to conquer mountains, rocks and rapids this past week.
So, that means I will just send some links of some interesting things I’ve read while on the road.
Yelp! successfully defended its defamation and DTPA case from Evan Brown.
Lawyers can Google … Continue Reading
Are Yahoo’s cost-per-click prices falling? From Domain Name Wire.
For my partner’s Texas Physician Law Blog by Darrell Armer, here is a story on using social media to recruit medical study participants.
Why competitor vs. competitor pay-per-click trademark litigation is so much hotter from Professor Goldman. I’ll sue one of the search engines if you really want … Continue Reading
In a slight deviation today, I will talk about the Jonathan Zittrain’s book The Future of the Internet and How to Stop It. I wouldn’t call this a review of the book because not having written a book myself, I don’t have the temerity to “review” it. You can find a ”review” here. For the Amazon page on … Continue Reading
Because of a week long arbitration, I am still working on catching up on the interesting reading from the week. For the sake of expediency, I will simply list some items of interest from the last week.
From the Citizen’s Media Law Project, read here about a case where the judge ruled the Communications Decency … Continue Reading