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Defamation Online Issues

Defamation online in reviews posted by readers and comments stated in social media platforms throughout the United States and across its borders, raise legal questions. The aspects of posts in general also raise the issues of responsibility an individual has in controlling the content of one’s Facebook page or blog.  The Communication Decency Act, Section…

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Cloud Computing Service Considerations

Cloud computing service considerations are developing as the concept catches on.  Incidents of a breach, contract disputes, hacking, and ongoing lawsuits are serving the way for conditions to be highlighted.  Nascent, cloud computing contracts were conceived as a data storage solution for businesses, municipal entities, and state organizations.  So long as remote access was guaranteed,…

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Internet Security – Passwords’ Way into a Life

Internet account security and weak passwords are all too common when causes to cyber incidents are investigated.  The ease of use of one’s birthdate, anniversary, and the incredibly savvy use of ‘admin’ or ‘password’, not to mention ‘12345,’ has gotten many in a serious predicament.  Not following through on login processes and seeking shortcuts has…

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Online Contracts Consent and Choice of Law

Online contracts trip the line that draws on possible arguments for applying the choice of law principles.  Platform terms of service, though frequently updated, may not be providing appropriate notice to inform the public user.  Data collection practices of social media platforms for purposes of claimed efforts to provide enhanced services to the user public…

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Internet, Internet of Things and Cyber Threats

Internet of Things or “IoT,’ as commonly referred to, have proliferated our culture and will continue as they acquire growing attention with functionality and ease.  Their attraction is in their usefulness engendering efficiency, productivity, and an expectation of enhancing one’s fitness and along with self-awareness. The idea of IoT has brought the attention of platform…

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Internet Technology and Employer Internet of Things

Internet technology and the internet of things pervasive expansion in our everyday lives has become a crazy, a thing to do, and something to use by employers.  The risks of privacy are overlooked as well as liabilities when an employer goes too far.  The application of technological uses to keep track of employees, staying in…

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Social Media Self-Modification

Self-Modification by social media platforms has struggled to ensure that the Internet is acceptable to all cultures, religions, political persuasion, and to all values of countries.  This exercise in Internet Governance is tall and detailed and comes under criticism for being too heavy handed towards exercising censorship.  Though easy to say, it becomes difficult to…

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Ransom Seeking Malware, What to know and Do

Ransom seeking malware is nefarious and it comes in different flavors.  The hedge of control is to hold hostage vital information within your network in exchange for compensation.  Healthcare providers, financial institutions, and government entities have been the victim.  Its variants and its methods are complicated means of affecting ways an entity accesses its information…

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Data Security Relevance to More than Just PII

Data security relevance is customarily popping up in everyday life, business, and in our system of society.  To think that billions use handheld devices for entertainment, staying informed of news, and to also be able to know where they are and where they are going, there is another segment of our network life infrastructure, growingly…

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Data Security Breaches Settled and Filed

Data security breaches are becoming too common for comfort and ease as we engage in daily as participants in the marketplace.  Companies, governmental institutions, nonprofits, and organizations are quickly learning that cyber incidents could be a day away.  If they claim that their information is secure their claim can be checked and they can be…

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Internet Service Providers New Privacy Rules

Internet service providers (ISP) are being pressured for enhanced privacy practices by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).  Commissioner Wheeler’s proposal issued March 11th seeks to regulate ISPs and their handling of consumer information to heighten consumer privacy protection.  The FCC issued its draft Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) focusing on ISPs and not on websites,…

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