Internet

When You See People Trying to Sue a Social Media Platform Because Their Account Was Suspended, It’s a Stunt (lessons of the CDA & Brittain v. Twitter)

A number of politicians, activists, and others who feel aggrieved after their Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and/or YouTube content has been removed or their accounts suspended have taken to the courts to sue the social media platforms with claims that they are being singled out, muzzled, or their free speech is …

Data Breach

Is Your PC Keeping Your Information Private? Take This 10-Question Quiz

A law firm was behind that largest hack in history. How safe is your desktop or laptop PC? For both home and work, this article presents 10 questions in a quiz format about your security and privacy practices. The article also includes the steps how to find the answers — …

1st Amendment

Applying “Old” Laws to New Technology: Smartphones, Recordings, Privacy (at FAU)

Special thanks to attorney / instructor Larry Buck for inviting me to speak to his Florida Atlantic University “Law in the Real World” honors class about my practice, particularly how we apply traditional laws to new, emerging technologies. We discussed: drone regulation First Amendment and social media (US v. Hobgood, …

Data Breach

Want to Try Anonymity on the Internet or the Dark Web? New Tor Browser 8 is here… and free

The Tor browser, which helps anonymize your internetting, has been updated to version 8.  It’s free and worth having on your desktop. First, these steps simple install a secondary browser on your computer.  No spyware.  It’s not illegal.  It’s just a simple browser. Download it here.  It will ask you …