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Consent Requirements for Federal Text (SMS) Message Spam Laws to Change in October of 2013

By Karl S. Kronenberger  |  Friday, April 19, 2013

The federal government is poised to implement new, stricter consumer consent rules designed to “further reduce the opportunities for telemarketers to place unwanted or unexpected calls to consumers.” …

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Spam Law

New California Spam Case Law Requires Traceable Domains

By Karl S. Kronenberger  |  Thursday, December 27, 2012

New spam case law in California is reshaping how many advertisers and publishers do business.  Specifically, new case law has allowed spam plaintiff’s lawyers to argue that senders need to…

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False Advertising and Defamation

Court Denies Motion to Dismiss Company Defamation Claim Against Business School Professors

By Karl S. Kronenberger  |  Tuesday, October 02, 2012

In a recent internet law case, a company recently brought a defamation claim against two business school professors for 
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FTC Advertising Law Compliance

Google to Pay FCC Miniscule Penalty for its Failure to Comply with Investigation

By Karl S. Kronenberger  |  Thursday, July 12, 2012

By Alison Kwan

Most people know about Google’s Street View project, and many…

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Class Action Defense

Consumer Who Was Sued over Critical Online Reviews Succeeds with Anti-SLAPP Motion

By Karl S. Kronenberger  |  Thursday, May 24, 2012

In a recent case in Texas state court, an online lending company, American Heritage Capital (AHC), asserted an Internet defamation claim…

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