Tag: social media

Pinterest Sues Travel Startup for Trademark Infringement
A few days ago we wrote a post on Pinterest’s win against a cybersquatter as well as the trademark infringement lawsuit it was facing against Path for its use of [...]
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LinkedIn, Linked Out: Part 2
As a follow up to yesterday’s blog post, today we will complete our overview of the contents of the complaint against LinkedIn as well as provide some summary information that [...]
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LinkedIn, Linked Out
Last week, we wrote a brief post announcing a lawsuit against the businessman’s Facebook, LinkedIn. Today we will go further in depth as to the first three questions raised in [...]
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LinkedIn Sued for Improper Use of Customer Email Addresses
According to a complaint filed in California, customers are upset over the fact that LinkedIn, the largest professional networking website in the world, allegedly hacked into their email accounts to [...]
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Eminem Sues Facebook
The company that publishes hip-hop musician Eminem’s music is suing Facebook over an advertisement launching Facebook’s new mobile software, Facebook Home. The advertisement was produced by the Wieden & Kennedy [...]
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The Internet and Legal Ethics
The ethics experts of the legal profession have their work cut out for them when it comes to the internet and legal ethics. With the emergence of new social media [...]
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Twitter Sues Companies for Selling Followers
From Hollywood stars like Ashton Kutcher to President Obama, the number of Twitter followers you have can indicate popularity and social status. Some companies have been using this to their [...]
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Instagram Changes Privacy Laws
Until recently, many people were unaware that Facebook purchased Instagram in 2012 for $1 billion. The move came as a result of the social networking site leaping into the mobile [...]
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