Internet Law

Internet Law

Sentencing judge should consider positive benefits of Silk Road’s drug marketplace, lawyers assert

Internet Law

Backpage wins dismissal of suit over escort ads said to facilitate child sex trafficking

Cybersecurity

Did passenger control plane by hacking into its computer? FBI probes Twitter claims

Copyright Law

En banc 9th Circuit nixes earlier Google takedown order for ‘Innocence of Muslims’

Internet Law

Rap video, tattoo photos on defendant’s Facebook page were admissible, 2nd Circuit says

Privacy Law

Bill advances that would expand government surveillance powers in France

Privacy Law

Proposed legislation would allow companies to keep some data breaches secret

Trials & Litigation

Split jury verdict for former Goldman Sachs programmer accused in code-theft case

Labor & Employment

Facebook posts get day care worker fired before job begins, add 12 days to paratrooper’s enlistment

Legal Ethics

Judge rebuked for posting on Facebook about trials she was overseeing says ethics panel got it wrong

Criminal Justice

Man admits role in law firm scam; says he funneled $2.5M via 38 accounts last year

Real Estate & Property Law

Man is jailed for refusing to turn over Facebook and Twitter passwords in business bankruptcy case

Internet Law

Business can’t get access to identities of Yelp reviewers in Virginia suit, state high court says

Antitrust Law

Google is accused by European Union of violating antitrust laws

Intellectual Property Law

Amazon sues over claimed fake reviews posted on its site

Internet Law

Blogging law prof didn’t defame plaintiff with ‘between the lines’ analysis, appeals court says

Internet Law

Online art seller agrees to guilty plea in justice’s first e-commerce price-fixing prosecution

Trials & Litigation

Suit says ‘zombie cookies’ were used to revive deleted ad-tracking information

Civil Procedure

Lawyer can use client’s Facebook account to serve husband with divorce summons, judge says

Privacy Law

Does Facebook’s facial recognition technology violate privacy laws?