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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.

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

Explicit, Private or Nude Photos Online on Internet – What To Do?

Mudd Law Offices represents individuals whose privacy has been violated through the unauthorized publication of private photographs. Mudd Law recently posted on the topic of “revenge porn.” With smartphones, digital

Utah Defamation Law | Attorneys | Libel Slander | Lawyers

Continuing Mudd Law Offices‘ series of articles on defamation, this article discusses Utah defamation law.  Mudd Law Offices has practiced defamation law for more than ten (10) years.  It represents corporations, individuals, and

Mudd Law Offices Attorney Associates Discuss Online Anonymity Law

Mark A. Petrolis (@Socill_Media) and Stephanie M. Snyder (@legissh) discussed recent developments in online anonymity law at the 2012 Illinois State Bar Association Cyberlaw Symposium.  In particular, they discussed the Illinois