The Kelly / Warner Internet Law Blog: Case Studies, Laws, News & Online Business Tips

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DE Passes Pro-Blockchain Law

Delaware updated its financial code to ensure that blockchain startups don’t face hurdles in their state.

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Kazakhstan's Blockchain Business Dreams

Kazakhstan wants to become a blockchain business hub.

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ICO Hacks: CoinDash Takes $7 Million Hit

A security breach cost CoinDash’s ICO about $7 million.

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Ashley Madison Settles Class Action

A settlement may have been reached in the Ashley Madison online privacy breach class action.

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The Big Bitcoin Fork: Core v. Cash

Let’s discuss the Bitcoin Core v. Bitcoin Cash fork.

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Amazon Censured Over Apps For Kids

Amazon settled with the FTC in COPPA violation case.

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Is It Legal To Post Online Reviews Of My Product?

Is it OK to post reviews of your own products? Click through to find out.

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10 Cryptocurrency Questions, Answered

An introduction to cryptocurrency legal issues.

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Arizona Blockchain Law and Smart Contracts

Arizona was one of the first states to legally adjust for blockchain technology.

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Esports Visas: P-1 Visa Legal Issues

International esports athletes need visas to participate in U.S. tournaments, but the process is inconsistent.

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News: Esports Betting Legal in Nevada

It’s Official: Esports Betting Legal in Nevada

Esports betting is now legal in Las Vegas.

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Maine May Get An Online Privacy Law

Maine may be the next state to pass an Internet browsing privacy law.

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