Despite the internet’s universalizing concept, online activities are closely monitored by the law established in each country, and an imbalance in copyright infringement policies, which govern the online activities, can result in misjudging the user’s benign intentions.
This past week stirred a major storm for Facebook and the lack of trust with their security on the social media platform. Will businesses start looking away from marketing on Facebook and their associated platforms, to other competing platforms like LinkedIn? How safe do businesses now feel as a result of knowing that the Cambridge Analytica breach which was discovered in late 2015, but is only now surfacing, three years later?
The disruptive nature of Facebook’s platform is that for many users it has become a connector; a way to connect with others and feel relevant. In some respects, the platform appeals to our human insecurities and the need to be seen. We share, post, comment and read posts with very little regard for whether they are fake news or fake posts. Unconscious bias prompts us to believe what we want to believe and call the rest fake. But what is real is that Facebook has not mastered the art of being social and in some ways, has denigrated it.
With cyber crime on the rise, ICANN is looking to help businesses pushback against cybersquatters and avoid deep litigation costs.
The serious risk of harm or death to people who are, correctly or incorrectly, identified as the two men was addressed on behalf of the public’s interest.
This decision demonstrates the far-reaching consequences of online actions, especially, for being in contempt of court. And Harkins and Liddle’s case illustrates enforcement of law in the Internet age.
During the early years of the Internet, when businesses did not fully understand the marketing value of the Internet, there were some who saw the profit opportunity of claiming ownership of a domain name that they did not intend to use. These individuals would often register the domain name of a successful company in order to sell them back to the business at a significant markup or squat on the domain until it was sought by the successful company.
Just when you thought you were unplugged, little do you know you’re being stalked!
Even if you are sure you powered down your phone for the night, Android spyware can use your phone to record your voice, and your camera to take video or pictures without your knowledge.
According to research from AVG a well known app for scanning phones and computers for viruses and malware, uncovered this malware and named it Android/PowerOffHijack.A.
Originally posted 2013-05-21 10:55:34. By Sohyeon Lee | amdlawgroup.com On 2 May 2013, Google filed a patent application for Policy Violation Checker— a system that detects problematic phrases in electronic documents. The purpose of this system is to prevent phrases that could potentially violate company policies or cause legal conflicts for businesses and individuals. In […]
With ICANN refusing to suspend new gTLD registries with piracy issues in their domain, a fight has broken out between domain companies and intellectual property interests and a solution seems hard to find.
With this Internet and digital era, information travels remarkably fast across the globe. In an international business context, the way information travels can be problematic for large or small companies doing business in several geographic areas. The risk for companies of losing information to competitors is high. Now, schools are offering courses for cybersecurity. Companies invest large sum of money in order to preserve their data. Data protection is a critical in the development of a business especially in the pharmaceutical, biologic, defense, digital sectors.
Kathy Stewart | amdlawgroup.com
To introduce one to domain names and domain registration, one must begin with a basic understanding of the World Wide Web, in particular websites. Every computer on the Internet has an Internet protocol or IP address, which is a unique string of four numbers separated by periods, such as 22.214.171.124. Since remembering the IP address of Websites would be nearly impossible, a domain name system was created to replace the length of IP address thereby assigning a unique name to each numeric IP address. A domain name is therefore the unique name given to that particular website or IP address.