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5 Legal Tips for Periscope Users


There’s a lot of speculation that live-streaming apps like Periscope, which is owned by Twitter, will be a big part of the next wave of social media. What do Periscope users need to know to stay out of legal trouble? This blog post can’t cover every last potential issue, but here are a few important things for Periscope users to know.

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Minors Can Now Remove Online Content Thanks To California’s Eraser Button Law


California’s Eraser Button law, which went into effect on January 1, 2015, could impact the business practices of every “Internet Web site, online service, online application, or mobile application” directed toward users in California under the age of 18. What does this law actually say, and what should website and app owners look out for?

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California’s New Do-Not-Track Privacy Law


California’s New Do-Not-Track Privacy Law As of January 1, 2014, all commercial websites that collect personally identifiable information about users in California are obligated to follow the terms of AB370, the new “Do-Not-Track” online privacy law. What does this new law mean for website owners and consumers?

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