Tag Archives: internet

Dislike? Opposing Party Posts Comments About Attorney

The opposing party in a divorce case took to Facebook to post comments about opposing counsel—and now he is being sued by the attorney for defamation. The attorney represented the wife in a divorce case, and the husband was apparently…

Explicit Lyrics? Defendant Jailed for Making YouTube Video About Judge

US Army Sergeant Franklin Delano Jeffries II grew weary and frustrated with a custody battle for his daughter and took to YouTube to voice his frustrations. That video, however, has landed him in hot water and resulted in a new…

Did You Mean . . .? Google Under Investigation For Search Rankings

Google announced on Friday that they are under investigation for how their internet search engine runs and how it generates results. Three companies have complained about how Google ranks them and as a result, how the lower rankings leads to…

Are New Internet Privacy Laws on the Horizon?

Post by Randall Ryder The House Subcommittee on Communications, Technology, and the Internet has completed a draft of legislation that would outline new parameters on internet privacy. Internet privacy is a hot topic right now, given the recent uproar surrounding Facebook’s…

Criminal Charges Against Nurse Who Encouraged People to Kill Themselves

A Minnesota nurse who allegedly encouraged people to commit suicide in online chat rooms is now facing criminal charges. The Defendant, who is a man, apparently posed as numerous alter egos online and offered people advice on how to commit…

Senators Criticize Facebook Security Policy

Three Democratic Senators held a press conference last week to criticize Facebook’s new information policy, which allows Facebook to share more information to third parties without user’s consent. The new privacy setting requires users to opt-out, rather than opt-in, to…