Articles about Internet Law

In the News – Online Obscenity

Toronto Internet Lawyer discussed the legality of posting the Luka Magnotta video on the Best Gore website with the national and international media. Mr. Zvulony took the position that the posting of the video violated Canada's obscenity laws.

In the News: Google’s New Privacy Policy

Our Toronto Privacy Lawyer was recently quoted on on his views about Google's new privacy policy.   The article stated: However, Toronto Internet lawyer Shaya Silber says the reactions are "overblown." He said the new storage system…
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In the News: Nude Photos on Revenge Sites

Toronto Internet Lawyer, Gil Zvulony was quoted extensively in the media regarding the case of hockey player Mike Zigomanis and the posting of nude photos claiming to be him on a US website by an anonymous poster. Some of the articles can…
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In the News: Tweeting RIDE and Speed Trap Locations

Toronto Internet Lawyer, Gil Zvulony recently appeared in several media sources to discuss the sharing of RIDE locations on Facebook or Twitter.  RIDE involves police spot checks where vehicles are stopped and drivers are checked for impairment.…

Spam Law: Upcoming Changes in Canada

by Shaya Silber Dec, 20, 2011. Changes to Canadian spam law are expected in the near future. The changes are expected to come into force in early 2012. The new law, otherwise known as Bill C-28, is aimed at preventing the sending of unsolicited…
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Doing Business Online: Perceived Risks and Myths

People’s biggest hesitation with buying something online is a perceived lack of legality in the transaction. What most people don’t realize, is that there is legislation that address these concerns and makes online contracts legal enforceable.

In the News: Our Internet Lawyer Quoted in the Toronto Star

Our Toronto Internet lawyer's opinion was recently featured in a Toronto Star article about a new Facebook feature to prevent suicide.

Legal Requirements for Raffles and Contests in Canada

by Shaya Silber, Businesses are always trying to find new ways to promote themselves and generate more revenue. One such way is running promotions such as raffles. However, before conducting a raffle, there are certain legal implications…

Terms of Use – No Click Needed!

Browse Wrap Agreements: No Click Needed by Shaya Silber A recent decision from British Columbia’s Supreme Court has examined the issue of contract formation and enforceability of a website’s terms of use. According to the decision,…

Daily Deal Sites: Win Win?

Toronto internet lawyer, Shaya Silber discusses some of the challenges that Daily Deal sites face.