"Focuses on business law and online marketing."
The Internet Law Forum is an interactive social network and blogging site that allows legal professionals to weigh in on legislation related to Internet and technology law.
"Business law basics with an Internet law twist. In every field, there is usually some way in which, because of the Internet, traditional law doesn’t work, and a problem develops. So courts, legislatures, or lawyers have to somehow make a fix for that problem. This blog will examine those fascinating Internet law twists."
Posts cover legal news related to bankruptcy, real estate, and Internet law.
"Modern-day litigation, cyber defamation, and law in sports and entertainment."
News of interest of the "absurd" relating to the Internet, cable, telco, wireless, publishing, content and technology businesses.
This blawg focuses on intellectual property law, copyright, trademarks and Internet law in Canada.
IPTAblog is a blawg about "the relationship between the law, communications technology and the creative arts." Topics covered include fair use, copyright and Internet law.
This blawg covers "law practice management, the Internet and technology as it applies both in law practice and in all of our lives."
Wide-ranging blawg with a copyright and tech law focus.
"This is where I'll tell you what to think, how to think and why to think what I just told you to think. A thought-provoking discussion on law, technology, cyberspace, culture and whatever else comes to my mind."
"Launched in 2008, Knockoff Report is...dedicated specifically to news and views in the world of anti-counterfeiting."
"An IP and Internet law blog for creative endeavors."
Blog focuses on advertising and marketing law, social media, and trademark/copyright issues. Posts cover issues such as "Ten Steps for Managing Employees in Social Media" and "Privacy Issues with the Media."
Posts mostly cover Internet and intellectual property law. The name is Latin-derived for the "art of technology."
"A view of law and life in Silicon Valley, the global technology center." This blawg covers open source issues.
Posts cover issues related to laws such as the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act and Communications Decency Act; laws and litigation related to data breaches, and rulings by the Federal Communications Commission.
Posts feature the musings of a UK LLB and LLM law grad.
"Thoughts on things," a wide-ranging blawg on various legal issues.
"Bloggers and law, Internet law, legal tips, Malaysian law news, e-commerce, inspiring stories …"
"LegalTXTS reports on the latest developments in law and technology, with an emphasis on legal issues regarding digital media, privacy and data security, and information management."
"Video games, by their very nature, defy adherence to any one specialization of law. Their technical, expressive, and commercial characteristics have challenged lawmakers since the early days of Pong. The nuanced complexity of video games has resulted in an inconsistent application of legal principles drawn from multiple fields, including Intellectual Property Law, Constitutional Law, and Business Law.Loading Law launched in October 2013 with the purpose of providing both current and practical analysis of developing legal issues in video games."
This blog is written "from the perspective of someone aiming to enter the legal conversation occurring online surrounding the following:
• The intersection of individual rights and the internet, e.g., privacy, free speech, and defamation
• Intellectual property rights and peer2peer filesharing;
• Operating systems, e.g., Linux and Mac OS X
• Software licensing
• Open source software & open source software-based business models
• Leveraging open source technology to serve clients more effectively while maintaining the highest standards of professional ethics and responsibility."
This blawg is about "law, technology, society."
Discussion of law, legal issues and news of interest to the profession, with a particular focus on Massachusetts.