World’s Largest Cybercrime? Zeus and Mules, What Will They Think of Next?

Over 100 arrests and charges have been filed in both the U.S. and United Kingdom in what has been heralded as the largest cyber-crime to date. At least 80 people from the U.S. have been named and many people charged in the case are believed to have fled the United States. Twenty arrests were made… Continue reading World’s Largest Cybercrime? Zeus and Mules, What Will They Think of Next?

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How to Write Website Terms of Service (AKA Terms of Use or Terms and Conditions)?

Terms: The Background Why do we care about a web site’s Terms and Conditions? Everyone knows that a site needs to have legal Terms. Few people think about the obvious question: Why? While our statutes, regulations and past cases are full of laws and their applications when it comes to everyday interactions, few laws and… Continue reading How to Write Website Terms of Service (AKA Terms of Use or Terms and Conditions)?

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Preparing Open Source Software Compliance Guidelines

Purpose: The purpose of these Open Source Software Compliance Guidelines (Guidelines) is to provide guidance in the development of procedures designed to verify compliance with the license requirements of various open source software applications and code (OSS) used internally or included in products for distribution. Technology lawyers, advisors and consultants need to be aware of… Continue reading Preparing Open Source Software Compliance Guidelines

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Can Court Documents Be Served on Me Through Twitter or Facebook?

In most countries where a person is having difficulty serving documents personally upon either a person or business, they can approach a Court and request a Court Order which allows them to serve the documents or Order upon the person or business in an alternate form than the Court Rules for service prescribe. There have… Continue reading Can Court Documents Be Served on Me Through Twitter or Facebook?

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