About the Author

NOTICE: I have accepted a position that will not allow me to contribute during 2016. I accept and release submissions from guest bloggers. I hope you find previous posts and any information others are able to provide in my absence helpful!


Camille Stewart Esq. is a VA barred attorney in Washington, D.C. She attended Miami University of Ohio where she obtained a Bachelor of Science in Business Management. She then left the midwest, venturing east, to attend American University in Washington, D.C. where she obtained a Juris Doctor. Camille’s practice is focused on Intellectual Property Law, Social Media, CyberLaw, Cyber Security and Crisis Management.

Camille has developed an expertise in Internet law and strategy taking special interest in emerging legal and communications issues associated with social media, privacy and new gTLDs.

Camille believes it’s imperative that today’s important legal issues be easily understood.  Knowledge of the law and its limits make for responsible and strategic citizens and companies.  As a small business owner herself, Camille is dedicated to empowering small businesses with knowledge and access to information that will allow their businesses to thrive.  Her blog, workshops, and consulting services allow her to get this information out there.

Camille wants to share her thoughts on pertinent cyber-related legal issues and her journey as a young professional with anyone willing to listen. Join this open dialogue on all things cyber!

If there is a topic or issue you would like to see covered please let me know!

The views in this blog in no way reflect that of any company or organization Camille Stewart is affiliated with, the content is her own.

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Camille Stewart “European Union’s Attempts to ‘Modernize’ their Copyright Framework may impact how you use Hyperlinks” American University Intellectual Property Brief, December 12, 2015, http://www.ipbrief.net/2015/12/12/european-unions-attempts-to-modernize-their-copyright-framework-may-impact-how-you-use-hyperlinks/

Camille Stewart “Does Personal Privacy Matter? Developments in EU and US Data Retention Law” ABA Information Security & Privacy News, June 6, 2014, http://apps.americanbar.org/webupload/commupload/ST230002/sitesofinterest_files/INFORMATION_SECURITY_PRIVACY_NEWS-volume5_issue3.pdf

In the Media


“One Password For Work And Home – Is This The Future?,” Forbes.com, February 25, 2014, http://www.forbes.com/sites/emc/2014/02/25/one-password-for-work-and-home-is-this-the-future/

“How BYOD policies can tangle up IT, HR and legal” http://techpageone.dell.com/technology/byod-policies-tangle-hr-legal/#.Ur5_Z5GDiAE

“Privacy concern: IT donations vs. recycling” by Michael O’Dwyer Tech Page One http://techpageone.dell.com/technology/privacy-concerns-donation-vs-recycling/  – qw BYOD policies can tangle up IT, HR and legal” http://techpageone.dell.com/technology/byod-policies-tangle-hr-legal/#.Ur5_Z5GDiAE  


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2 replies

  1. Hi Camille,

    Just wanted to say thanks for tweeting our infographic “The list of all 882 domain extensions”. If you wish I can do a guest post including the infographic. I’m sure that your readers would be interested in knowing what’s available.


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