Internet Law

Civil Procedure

Oops! Mislabeled docket notices don’t excuse blown deadline in $40M appeal, appeals court says

Law Practice Management

Lawyer settles infringement suit over stock photos on his website

Criminal Justice

Rapper Tiny Doo wins dismissal of charges tied to his lyrics

Social Media Law

Revised Facebook rules allow ‘artistic’ nudity and ‘authentic identity’; nix revenge porn

Consumer Law

Apartment owner axes controversial lease provision that allowed $10K fine for social media criticism

Internet Law

Yik Yak is ‘the Wild West of anonymous social apps,’ law prof says

Criminal Justice

Litigant who claimed he owned half of Facebook disappears ahead of fraud trial

Trials & Litigation

Colorado lawyer wins $150K libel award against UK Internet troll who criticized his law firm

Government Law

Did Hillary Clinton violate records laws? She didn’t use government email as secretary of state

Your ABA

White paper proposing controls for online piracy makes opponents of Internet regulation see red

Criminal Justice

US offers $3M bounty for alleged Russian hacker, a record reward for a cybersecurity case

Internet Law

Revenge-porn website operator wants his own photos taken down, blasts media ‘shame narratives’

Legal Ethics

Top state court refuses agreed discipline, says judge should lose $11.5K in pay for Facebook post

Law Practice Management

Banks and law firms are collaborating on project to share info about cybersecurity threats

Law Practice Management

Fake law firm websites using real lawyers’ profiles are increasing, bar group says

Legal Technology

Preloaded adware makes some laptops more vulnerable to hackers than others, experts say

Internet Law

Lawyer who clicked on attachment loses $289K in hacker scam

Legal Ethics

When is a blog lawyer advertising? Proposed California state bar opinion offers guidance

Privacy law

Tea Party Alliance and ACLU back Minnesota amendment to protect email from warrantless searches

Disability Law

Advocacy group for the deaf sues Harvard, MIT; allege lack of closed-captioning for online courses