The Kelly / Warner Internet Law Blog: Case Studies, Laws, News & Online Business Tips
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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.
Linking To Pirated Content: Is It Allowed?
Is linking to pirated content legal? We’ll discuss the issue from both legally and through the eyes of a file sharing website.
Online Gaming: NY Judge Says Bluffing Takes Skill
Is poker a game of skill or chance? A NY judge weighed in — and subsequently helped a NY poker organizer.
Online Copyright: NLA vs. Media Monitoring
A seminal online copyright case that determined IP standards about online press clippings & media monitoring.
Mobile Payment Processor Legal Issues
This is a short introduction to legal issues associated with online payment processors.
Online Behavioral Marketing Legal Primer
Online behavioral marketing is a huge part of Internet advertising.
Is There A Copyright Troll Judge?
A Washington, D.C. judge had people wondering if she was sympathetic to copyright trolls.
Celebrity Libel: Sir Elton v. Rupert Murdoch
Elton John doesn’t suffer reputation attacks. Once, he threatened to sue a Murdoch media outlet for libel.
Linking To Defamatory Content Is A-OK In PA
Click for a case study summary that considers linking to defamatory content.
Twitter Transparency & Occupy Movement
What is the government asking for? A talk about Twitter’s transparency report.
NFL Scandal Leads To Slander Suit
Can an NFL player win a sport defamation suit against the league commissioner?