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21st Century Scrooge – Cable Company Posts Overdue Customers on Facebook

If Ebenezer Scrooge lived in the 21st-century, a pre-epiphany Ebenezer Scrooge might very well have added the following consumer information debacle into his playbook (if he had not been the one

Operator of Revenge Porn Website Found Guilty

In the first conviction of its kind, a California court has found an individual guilty of crimes associated with operating a revenge porn website.  Specifically, a court has found Kevin

Supreme Court Upholds Cellphone Privacy

In a unanimous decision, the United States Supreme Court has held that law enforcement may not generally search for electronic data on a cellphone without a warrant.  Specifically, the Court, in

Removing Fake Facebook Accounts, Profiles, and Pages – Part II

Return to Part I Mudd Law Offices has experience representing individuals who have been impersonated on the Internet including having fake or fraudulent Facebook pages and accounts created about them.

Revenge Porn – Intentional Posting of Nude Private Photos

By this article, we hope to discuss some of the remedies available to victims of revenge porn.  At the same time, we also discuss some of the traps to avoid

Mudd Law Defeats Effort to Compel it to Disclose Client’s Name

Defamation attorneys Mudd Law defeated the efforts of Saper Law Offices to name Mudd Law as a respondent from which it could obtain the identity of the anonymous poster represented