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Hacked Social Media Costs Laremy Tunsil

Last night,during the first round of the NF draft, Ole Miss offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil became confronted with an effort to harm his promising career.  Indeed, he soon had more

What to do When my ISP Receives a Subpoena for My Information?

This article is one of a series of articles discussing matters relating to speech and conduct on the Internet.  Assuming a lawsuit has been filed over content on the Internet (whether

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

Internet Attorney Attends iTechLaw Conference in Amsterdam

During the first week of October 2013, Internet attorney Charles Mudd Jr. attended the International Technology Law Association’s (iTechLaw) 2013 European Conference in Amsterdam, Netherlands.  As the newly-appointed Chair of

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