Posts cover the growing number of ways to search for or track and individuals using social media and the Web and raise the questions: Should we protect our privacy, or get used to being more exposed? And where does the law stand? Blogger Kashmir Hill tracks the emerging answers.
This is a blawg "devoted to privacy laws and regulations."
"There are over 1 million supported standards, with more being developed all the time. The Standards Blog examines how standards are developed, and their impact on business, society, the world and the future."
"Privacy, crime and security online." Posts cover the criminal charges filed and appellate rulings handed down that contribute to the evolving definition of what online speech is legal and ethical, among other media law and technology law issues in the news.
"The blog focuses on privacy, security, data protection, technology, and financial services issues affecting corporations and governments. It also touches on issues related to U.S. Department of Commerce safe harbor, European data protection, some local Ohio issues, as well as updates on the law firm."
"Comments on all aspects of U.S. intellectual property law and policy, general IP, business IP, and entertainment IP, plus comments of interest!"
"Covers interesting business and legal issues and upcoming events in the virtual world, social media and video game industries."
Virtually Blind calls itself a blog on "virtual law, covering legal news, issues, and events that impact virtual worlds."
"Social changes brought about by the Internet; and the future of computing and Internet technology."
"Wassom.com provides updates, analysis, and speculation on the laws that govern use of social media and emerging technologies such as augmented reality." One of the sections of the blog is Augmented Legality, which discusses augmented reality law.
"Musings of a techie lawyer."