Cyberlaw

Technological interactions and communications have become increasingly common in modern American society. New legal considerations have arisen along with these technological advances. Cyberlaw refers to numerous legal matters that affect cyberspace, including cyberbullying and defamation, legal protection with regard to internet and computer interactions, invasion of privacy, data retention and security, domain disputes, false light claims, and intellectual property concerns. Many different state and federal laws and regulations exist regarding cyberspace interactions.

Intellectual property, which can relate to using one's likeness, image, or artistic creation on the internet, may have specific legal protections. Creators of internet content, internet service providers, and consumers must follow pertinent laws regarding cyberspace and the use of another's intellectual property.

Cole Law Group can advise you on a broad range of Cyberlaw legal issues:

  • Cyberbullying
  • Domain Disputes
  • Privacy
  • Data Retention and Security
  • Defamation
  • Internet and Computer Security
  • Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights—name, likeness, image, copyrights, trademarks, artistic creations
  • Remedying Cybercrimes or Digital Property Theft

Please give us a call at (615) 490-6020 in order to learn more about Cole Law Group Cyberlaw services.