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Practice Area » Cyber Law

Cyber law presents new challenges every day for the protection of proprietary content from being copied, linked, or hijacked. Cyber law also presents endless opportunities for the creative to identify niche markets for new and existing content.
What is Cyberlaw?

"Cyber law" or "Internet law" can mean new media law, the law of contracts between HTML editors and their customers, entertainment law, intellectual property law, criminal law relating to pornography, privacy law, and the law of commercial transactions, electronic commerce, or anything else involving the Internet.

What Can The Soni Law Firm do for your Cyberlaw Program?

The Firm counsels guide website operators and content creators through the many laws and regulatory schemes that affect their business, including:
  • Copyright
  • The Digital Millennium Copyright Act
  • Trademark
  • Patent
  • The Electronic Communications Privacy Act
  • The Communications Decency Act
  • The Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act
  • European Union Privacy Directive
  • First and Fourth Amendments rights
We can explain decisions shaping the law of the web; providing facts and analysis of issues such as:
  • jurisdiction
  • shrink-wrap licenses

  • dilution
  • application provider agreements

  • linking
  • consumer complaint or gripe sites

  • framing
  • contracts

  • keying
  • terms of use statements

  • meta tags
  • software development licenses

  • pop-up ads
  • domain name disputes

  • blogs
  • online defamation

  • clip-art
  • domain name registrations

  • e-mail
  • domain name transfers

  • privacy
  • click-wrap agreements

  • subpoenas
  • employee computer-use

  • MP3s
  • Web hosting agreements

  • encryption
  • content agreements

  • gambling
  • Web site privacy issues

  • Spam
  • phantom or anonymous e-mail

  • E-Commerce
  • data collection and disclosure

  • infringement
  • student Internet use policies

  • cybersquatting
  • electronic document retention

  • Website design
  • computer integration

  • ISP liability
  • idea submission

  • trade secrets
  • right of publicity

  • telecommuting
  • digital signatures

  • security issues
  • insurance issues

  • chat rooms
  • tax

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