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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

Data Breach and Security Attorney Analysis

Data breaches constitute a major threat to small, midsize, and large businesses.  It seems nearly every week discloses a new data breach.  Although the data breach of Ashley Madison provoked widespread

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

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

Can I Remove a Defamatory Post About My Business?

Many businesses contact our Internet attorneys and inquire, “Can I remove a defamatory post about my business?”  Unfortunately, there exists no simple answer.  However, several approaches exist that can be

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