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The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) plans to punish bloggers who fail to disclose to readers their relationship with advertisers. The FTC has issued 81 pages of guidelines meant to inspire fair and transparent product reviews online. Bloggers who choose to ignore the new guidelines could face a range of penalties from a strongly-worded [...]Continue Reading →
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On October 16, 2009 By JETLaw January 29, 2014
For the last few years Ray Beckerman, a commercial litigation attorney in New York City, has consistently blogged about his experiences in representing alleged music pirates on his blog, Recording Industry vs. The People. On his blog, Beckerman makes no qualms of expressing his disapproval of the Recording Industry [...]Continue Reading →
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Youtube looking to get into the movie rental business.
Amazon makes amend for deleting Orwell from Kindles.
Open-source digital camera developed at Stanford.
Annie Leibovitz’s story underscores the danger [...]Continue Reading →
Rosemary Port, the previously anonymous author of a blog entitled “Skanks in NYC,” recently announced her intent to file a $15 million lawsuit against Google for revealing her identity. Google, as the provider of the blog, was required to identify the blogger pursuant to an order by a New York state [...]Continue Reading →
On June 29, 2009 By JETLaw January 29, 2014
A few days after Toronto’s June 21 MuchMusic Awards, celebrity blogger Perez Hilton filed a civil suit against Polo Molina, band manager of the Black Eyed Peas, for battery and intentional infliction of emotional distress. According to the complaint, Black Eyed Peas’ front-man will.i.am, unhappy [...]Continue Reading →
With over 12 million American adults maintaining a blog, over 15 million active blogs, and an estimated Internet audience of 188.9 million, the popularity of blogs is undeniable. Bloggers clearly command a large, worldwide audience and their potential for reaching millions of people has not gone unnoticed. Companies have [...]Continue Reading →
On March 23, 2009 By JETLaw March 23, 2009
Rule 1 of The Bluebook—the authoritative manual for legal citations followed by most American law journals—is as simple as can be: “Provide citations to authorities so that readers may identify and find those citations for future research.” Indeed, that basic rule has been followed by generations of academic authors and law journal editors, [...]Continue Reading →
On September 9, 2008 By JETLaw January 29, 2014
Jabba the Hutt, a corrupt slug-like alien crime lord on the fictional desert planet of Tatooine, might very well have been a frequent enforcer of trade embargoes as he furthered his criminal enterprise. In 2008, in America, however, such embargoes in the film industry might seem anachronistic — a throwback to the pre-blogging age of [...]Continue Reading →
On April 18, 2008 By JETLaw January 29, 2014
Perez Hilton (a.k.a. Mario Lavandeira), celebrity gossip and popular blogger, is no stranger to lawsuits. Already in 2008, he has successfully defended a libel suit, settled a misappropriation case brought by a paparazzi agency, and most recently, sued a fellow blogger for slander. However, it is his strategy outside the courtroom concerning [...]Continue Reading →
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