Picture this: Beyoncé on top of a police car in a flooded street. A newspaper with the headline, “The Truth.” An image featuring Martin Luther King. A young hooded black boy dancing in front of a line of SWAT officers. A graffitied wall with the words, “stop shooting … [Read more...] about If You Like It You Should Put a Copyright on It
What happens when a small business and a customer have a dispute? These days it is increasingly common for customers to publicly, and sometimes unlawfully, address their grievances on the Internet. And this is exactly what Dallas newlyweds Neely and Andrew Moldovan did to their … [Read more...] about Dallas Newlyweds Owe $1.08 Million After Defaming a Wedding Photographer Online
No one expects their former romantic partner to post several nude photographs of them on their social media account, but that is exactly what happened to Blac Chyna. Robert Kardashian (brother of Kim, Kourtney, and Khloe, and half-brother of Kylie and Kendall) recently posted … [Read more...] about Robert Kardashian Facing Revenge Porn Lawsuit
Architecture blogger, Kate Wagner from McMansion Hell, recently received an unexpected scare when a demand letter from the real-estate giant, Zillow Inc., appeared in her inbox on June 26, 2017. Zillow demanded that Wagner remove images of homes from her website that she featured … [Read more...] about McMansion Hell vs Zillow: Who’s in the Wrong?
It’s an epidemic in today’s world: Cyberbullying. Cyberbullying is a new phenomenon to recent generations and one that has quickly turned into a major threat for youth today. Consider the story of David Molak. Throughout his high school career, David was harassed online by … [Read more...] about “David’s Law” Makes Cyberbullying a Crime in Texas