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Internet/Technology Lawsuits

Internet and Technology laws are a fast-growing area for policy makers, lawyers, business owners, and individual consumers. As technology changes at a rapid pace, consumer rights and business e-commerce rights may be challenged in new and unusual ways.

Cyber laws and related amendments can protect consumers and enforce regulations regarding privacy acts, internet crime, internet fraud, internet business practices, online gambling, freedom of expression, and more. One common act is the CAN-SPAM Act of 2003 (Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography and Marketing Act). This act was put in place to prevent consumers from receiving inappropriate and unsolicited emails.


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Attorney Has a Lot of Clients with "Internet Regret"
Attorney Has a Lot of Clients with "Internet Regret"
September 28, 2010
Five years ago, Los Angeles attorney Erik Syverson saw the future. He decided to focus his legal practice on what happens in the world of cyberspace. "The internet is here to stay," says Syverson. "I realized a few years ago that the internet world is going to bring up all kinds of legal issues." READ MORE

FTC Alleges Internet Fraud Over Acai Weight Loss Supplement
FTC Alleges Internet Fraud Over Acai Weight Loss Supplement
August 26, 2010
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is warning consumers about internet fraud relating to advertisements for acai weight loss products. READ MORE

Facebook Suit to Take Three to Five Years
Facebook Suit to Take Three to Five Years
August 5, 2010
A thin, wiry man with piercing eyes who claims to eat and sleep very little, Canada's Tony Merchant is a somewhat misunderstood character but nevertheless a very good litigation lawyer. He's pursued hundreds of class action suits with excellent results in a country where people are historically less accustomed to settling grievances through civil action than in the US. Merchant's latest newsworthy suit is a class action against Facebook. In a country with only 33 million people, it is estimated that there are 15.7 million Facebook users. The putative class, as lawyers say, is phenomenally large. READ MORE


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I was told by an agent that 2000 megabytes would be sufficient to do online classes. I ordered the NetZero broadband flashdrive stick January 8, 2015 and received it January 12, 2015, and have only used it two days and cannot log in to the Internet. NetZero is asking for more money. They also billed me twice.


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