A Reverse Email Look-Up Can Put an End to Internet Harassment and Cyber Stalking

The family desk-top or laptop computer is an exciting place that most everyone these days spends a large amount of their time. They are often either playing games, talking to friends, taking care of banking needs or other types of responsibilities, or just searching the net. A growing problem that can interrupt and interfere with… Continue reading A Reverse Email Look-Up Can Put an End to Internet Harassment and Cyber Stalking

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Legal Issues Associated With Affiliate Marketing For Product Vendors

The contract which regulates the legal relationship between Affiliate Marketers and Product Vendors in the online marketing of goods is a critical document. The terms defining the rights and obligations of the parties should be very clear. Perhaps the most important clause to include in the contract is a termination clause, in the event that… Continue reading Legal Issues Associated With Affiliate Marketing For Product Vendors

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Should the Government Be Able To Monitor Social Media?

Socrates once said that the virtue of goodness comes from knowledge. The counter to that is ignorance, or lack of knowledge, which is considered “evil.” In modern terms this means the ability of the media to withhold information in a way that alters its meaning. Censorship, propaganda, conspiracy, these are the worst case scenarios that… Continue reading Should the Government Be Able To Monitor Social Media?

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Internet Crimes: Definition and Penalties

An internet crime, or cybercrime, refers to any illegal practice that involves the use of a computer or network, or targets a computer or network. According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, their key priorities in regards to cybercrimes are: computer intrusion, online predators, piracy, and fraud. Computer intrusion costs individuals and companies billions of… Continue reading Internet Crimes: Definition and Penalties

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Anonymity on the Internet Is a Primary Cause of Online Chaos and Counterfeiting

In early 2011, Google, Wikipedia, Facebook, Reddit and others brought a coordinated public relations offensive against the two embattled bills known as the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Protect Intellectual Property Act (PIPA). Consequently, both bills are now essentially considered dead. The rhetorical volley in the media was apocalyptic. According to many of… Continue reading Anonymity on the Internet Is a Primary Cause of Online Chaos and Counterfeiting

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Online Providers of Legal Forms

Legal websites offering a wide range of legal forms are ubiquitous on the Internet. Some legal websites specialize in specific legal areas while others offer different forms in a various areas of the law. Forms offered by various websites may vary in price and quality. Different websites also vary in terms of technical support provided… Continue reading Online Providers of Legal Forms

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