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Internet Law

When a LinkedIn Connection Crosses the Line

JD Gershbein | Posted 05.26.2015 | Business
JD Gershbein

On the surface, one might think that online sexual harassment is an offense reserved for Facebook or Twitter. People have been known to be sloppy, insensitive, and condemnatory on those sites. LinkedIn, the professional social networking site, is evidently not immune to unsavory user behavior.

Congress Should Review Abuses of Copyright Law Crucial to Internet Economy

Edward J. Black | Posted 05.13.2014 | Technology
Edward J. Black

While the DMCA should remain undisturbed as a cornerstone of our thriving Internet economy, Congress can still shine a light on bad actors trying to snuff out competitors or lawful speech online.

Here's What Could Happen To Your Social Media Presence After You Die

Posted 01.25.2013 | Technology

What happens to your Facebook account when you die? It's a tricky question. Facebook allows only the living user of a registered account to have ac...

Internet Governance, or Just Governing the Internet?

Leslie Harris | Posted 09.04.2012 | Technology
Leslie Harris

Getting policy right for the Internet requires input from a range of stakeholders, including Internet users themselves. It is time to put aside semantics about whether the words "Internet governance" are in the preparatory documents for the World Conference on International Telecommunications.

Tila Tequila Likes to F*ck...with Free Speech

Disgrasian | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
Disgrasian

It sounds a helluva lot like Tila Tequila believes in censorship. Of the very same medium that made her, which, frankly, we find shockingly ungrateful.