The Kelly / Warner Internet Law Blog: Case Studies, Laws, News & Online Business Tips
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Caribbean: Sanction U.S. Over Online Gambling
A Caribbean politician wants to sanction the U.S. for not adhering to an online gambling agreement.
UK Cyberbullying Issues & Legalities
A UK Parliamentarian wanted to combat cyberbullying by changing the law.
Case Study: Twitter Copyright Infringement?
Twitter wouldn’t take down a photographer’s images, which compromised his copyrights.
Sports Defamation Case: Pacquaio v. Mayweather
Two of the world’s most famous boxers once became entangled in a slander lawsuit.
Dutch Court Says Linking Constitutes Infringement
A Court ruled that linking to Playboy photos constitutes online copyright infringement.
The James Franco Defamation Case Study
Actor James Franco got in a defamation brawl with one of his professors.
Are Online Avatars Protected Speech?
Are online avatars expressions of free speech? A court weighs in on the issue.
Online Poker Bills Stalled In Legislative Comittees
Two bills looking to legalize online poker didn’t make it through in time.
Golden Girl’s Parents File Defamation Lawsuit
The parents of a U.S. Olympian are suing their daughter for defamation.
Case Study: Germany Google Autocomplete
Germany’s former first lady sued Google over its autocomplete feature.
Online Copyright Case Study: MyVidster
Let’s examine an important online copyright case involving MyVidster.
Comic Loses Slander Lawsuit Over Joke
A politician sued an Australian comic for defamation over a joke.