Attorneys Handling Internet Law

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Online Advertising: Top 5 Things You Need to Know

Whether you are new to the online advertising game or an old pro, there are several things that you must take into consideration if you plan to advertise online (which, in today’s world, is basically everyone).  The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) is the governmental agency that regulates advertising and issues guidelines on how best to […]

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FCC Publishes New Privacy Rules for ISPs

Effective January 3, 2017, the FCC’s new rule, “Protecting the Privacy of Consumers of Broadband and Other Telecommunications Services,” establishes streamlined privacy guidelines applicable to Broadband Internet Access Service (“BIAS”) and all telecommunication carriers.  Prior to this rule, BIAS providers were not subjected to the same privacy standards as telecommunication carriers.  The new rule focuses […]

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Web Accessibility Lawsuits Increasingly Prevalent

Using and accessing private company websites is undoubtedly a daily occurrence and often a necessity.  But what happens if, because of a disability, a user is unable to access a website fully?  Under the Title III of Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), “no individual shall be discriminated against on the basis of a disability in […]

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Terms of Use Terminology

Now that you are familiarized with Privacy Policy Fundamentals, it is time to consider some of the common clauses and terminology that are located within the Terms of Use.  The Terms of Use Agreement (aka: Terms of Service; Terms and Conditions) lays out the rules that website Users must follow when accessing the site, selects […]

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Privacy Policy Fundamentals

You know those tediously long agreements linked at the bottom of websites that no one really reads? Well Guess What?! – Those agreements are extremely important! Any legally sound website should have both a Terms of Use and a Privacy Policy (collectively “Website Agreements”) to protect the website owner from liability stemming from use of the […]

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iPage.com Problems with Domain Registration Auto-Renewal

Our internet class action attorneys have received complaints regarding domain name renewal by iPage.com. If you or anyone you know has had problems with iPage.com and domain name renewals, contact us today. ICANN Expired Registration Policy requires at least two emails be sent to a domain registrant prior to the expiration date.  iPage did not […]

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Lenovo Class Action Lawsuit: Is your Lenovo computer spying on you?

Chinese computer manufacturer Lenovo Group Ltd was caught  the Superfish adware on Lenovo brand personal computers, causing class action lawyers to claim consumer fraud and invasion of privacy lawsuits.  The laptops affected by Superfish include non-ThinkPad models such as G Series, U Series, Y Series, Z Series, S Series, Flex, Miix, Yoga and E Series. […]

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Domain Name Valuation Expert

Need a domain name expert who will be qualified by the court. The valuation of a domain name or website can be tricky. Internet Law attorney, Enrico Schaefer, has acted as a domain name valuation expert in numerous matters involving seven and eight figure domain name values.

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Is your Website Privacy Policy too Vague?

Is your privacy policy up to snuff?

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TurningArt.com to Customers, “You Just Lost Your ArtCredits!”

Attorneys say TurningArt.com January 15, 2015 Change to TOS are Unlawful. Turning Art www.turnningart.com recently changed its terms of service and user contract to unlawfully and retroactively extinguish fully vested Art Credits / credits for customers beginning January 15, 2015. Here is what one user recently experienced when they went to purchase a copy of […]

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