The rapid and extensive growth of the Internet is having a profound impact on our personal and professional lives. The Internet is changing the ways in which society communicates, conducts business, pursues entertainment, and gains information. While the Internet has made our business and personal lives more efficient, it has also exposed businesses and people to a new and unique area of legal rights and responsibilities.
Internet Law and Businesses
There is little doubt that to effectively compete in the future marketplace, almost every type of business will need some online presence. The moment a business creates and publishes a web site, legal issues arise. As the business’ online presence becomes more sophisticated and interactive, so do the legal issues.
At The Digesti Law Firm LTD, we combine traditional legal principles with state and federal Internet regulations to provide a 360-degree view of your online legal landscape. The Internet is an asset and not a liability. Having advised, negotiated, and drafted Internet agreements with personalities such as Kobe Bryant and Papa Roach, we have the experience and knowledge to effectively advise and counsel our clients in this unique area of cutting-edge law. We do not stop looking out for our clients’ interests once a project is complete. We continually monitor state and federal changes in regulations and immediately advise our clients on how those changes effect their business.
Our Internet Law Services
To ensure that each client’s Internet presence remains an asset, we offer the following Internet services to our business clients:
- Counseling on legal and compliance issues regarding client data security and privacy (including the Gramm-Leach-Billey Act, HIPPA, anti-spam laws such as CAN-SPAM Act, security breach notification laws, responses to government requests for data, etc.).
- Data collection, ownership, and licensing.
- Customer privacy and customer data protection.
- Business privacy issues such as employee privacy and e-mail discard policies.
- Internet contracts such as shrinkwrap and clickwrap licenses.
- Web site advertising agreements.
- Intellectual Property ownership and licensing in the web site, user-generated content, and customer data among many other areas of importance.