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Harassment by text message -- or "textual harassment" -- is becoming more prevalent. Besides the duties involved when investigating a claim of textual harassment, in-house counsel need to be aware of
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Plaintiffs in personal injury actions need to know defendants might view their social networking pages -- even private restricted sites. Attorneys Robert S. Kelner and Gail S. Kelner look at existing
...Garrod owns, Bedrock Computer Technologies LLC, filed a lawsuit last week...PayPal, Amazon, Match.com and AOL -- as well as the world...
...has died a slow death over the years. Netscape was acquired by AOL in 1998, and the company finally ceased supporting the product in March...
When U.S. litigation crosses borders into EU countries, discovery is restricted by privacy and data transfer laws. Ten years ago these challenges seemed nonexistent, but today litigators face roadblo
...in the course of setting performance license fees for Internet giants AOL LLC, Yahoo! Inc. and RealNetworks Inc. In doing so, the court offered...
Technology's blurring of the lines between office and home has a dark side: In a survey, nearly 16 percent of telecommuters admitted using personal e-mail accounts to avoid corporate review or retent
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