A man who posted menacing lyrics on his MySpace page can be convicted of communicating written threats, even if the alleged victim didn’t have a computer, the Court of Appeals has ruled. John Holcomb used online rhythm and rhyme to ...Read More »
With every year, it seems that the Internet and social media become more ubiquitous. As online sites and mobile applications continue to become the dominant media by which content is delivered and digested by the public, traditional platforms – such ...Read More »
Current estimates from the wireless communications industry boast that, of 234 million active cell phones in the U.S., approximately 20 percent are “smart phones.” Their growing popularity has created another opportunity for thieves to gain access to your confidential data. ...
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