Do not file DMCA claims lightly and be prepared for a fight. People do not often fight these cases so vigorously but is does happen. Make sure you have a valid claim for copyright infringement.
Tired of changing your privacy settings on Facebook? Well… Sorry! You need to do it again… If you do not want Facebook to track your browsing both on and off their site and track the apps you use, change your… Read More ›
As a trademark owner you have an obligation to “police” your trademark. What does that mean? You are responsible for finding and addressing infringement of your trademark rights. (Copyright holders have a similar obligation.) A major part of policing or… Read More ›
Protecting your personally identifiable information is increasingly difficult as hackers get more sophisticated and we become more reliant on computers and the Internet to handle sensitive information. Being aware of the threats around you and knowing how to protect yourself… Read More ›
Representative Eliot Engel (D-NY) introduced the “Social Networking Online Protection Act,” H.R. 537 to Congress in February. This bill would be the national version of the social media privacy laws popping up in states nationwide. Increasingly employers and other authority… Read More ›