Seventh Circuit Awards e360 a Whopping 3 in Damages Against Spamhaus – e360 v. Spamhaus. This has been an interesting case, with an equally interesting result in the damages award!
Antispam Law Draws Backlash. This article discusses the stiff anti-spam law passed recently in Canada. It also contrasts an important feature of Canada’s law, which is that it is an “opt-in” system, meaning that marketers in Canada are forbidden from just sending “cold” materials to consumers via email. The penalties for violation of the law […]
Court OKs Private Seizure of Domain Names That Allegedly Sold Counterfeit Goods. This article is a bit dated, but still quite interesting to read.
The opinion is now open for public comment. I encourage all interested parties to do so. At your leisure, you can download a copy of the proposed opinion from the Cyber Box at the top of the blog page.
For some time, I have wanted to write a short post, putting in a plug for one of my favorite tech tools – Cozi Calendar. My delay, I suppose, stems from the fact that no other online legal journal I know of has mentioned Cozi Calendar. Why should they? Cozi Calendar has nothing whatsoever to do […]
These days, the “legal profession” is a diverse group of individuals ranging from consultants of various kinds, paralegals, e-discovery experts and professionals skilled in tax and business law. But, which careers are really hot! The Top 10! Here’s what one online college journal had to say recently: Electronic Discovery Experts – Electronic discovery professionals (or, […]