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As an attorney who has been advising websites, affiliates, and networks across the country for a decade, I know many Internet marketers see the law as an obstacle. What do I have to disclose? What am I allowed to say in an ad? How quickly do I have to respond to an email opt-out? And so on. Fortunately, at least in one area, the law is on your side. If you create content, and someone steals it and posts it on another site without your permission, the law gives you certain rights. Knowing those rights is half the battle. The same […]
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Lawyers Sue SEO firm For Violating Google Guidelines
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The defendant Rainmaker Institute, which specializes in online marketing services for the legal profession, is accused knowingly violating Google SEO guidelines by building “link farms” on behalf of the plaintiff's several legal domains. It's not clear …
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A law firm in Michigan, Seikaly & Stewart, is suing its former SEO provider — but not for a lack of ranking success. Rather the firm is getting sued for allegedly using “spammy” techniques violating Google’s guidelines. That comes via Eric Goldman. The…
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Newsweek recently dubbed Dorian Satoshi Nakamoto “the face behind Bitcoin.” Now the Temple City, California man has had enough of this claim and is attempting to “clear his name.”
Nakamoto hired a Los Angeles law firm to help with his effort. Late Sunday night, the firm released a statement in which Nakamoto denies Newsweek’s claims.
“I did not create, invent or otherwise work on Bitcoin. I unconditionally deny the Newsweek report.”
In the statement, Nakamoto also says that the “false report” has brought a lot of stress to himself and his family, and hopes that people will “now respect our privacy.”
Lead image courtesy of Reuters
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