Toronto Defamation Lawyer Gil Zvulony discussed some of the legal issues in suing Twitter with Canadian Lawyer Magazine. Gil Zvulony highlighted some of the uncertainties in the law as it relates to the liability of internet intermediaries such as Twitter. The entire article can be found here: Warren Kinsella settles claim against Twitter
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 be found here:
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. Gil discussed how the law, as it currently stands, does not prohibit such activity.
“Once you think about making it illegal, you get into all sorts of problems. If tweeting it is illegal, then what if you text it to someone? What if you text it to five people?” said lawyer Gil Zvulony, who specializes in Internet law.
Gil Zvulony was a guest on the Mike Bullard Show on December 16, 2011. Gil referred to a court case involving the flashing of someone’s high beams to warn drivers of a speed trap. The high beam flasher was found not guilty of obstruction of justice. A podcast of the show may be downloaded here.
On December 28, 2011 Gil appeared on CBC News to discuss the topic. The broadcast and related article can be found here:
On Dec 27, 2011 Gil was quoted on the front page of the Globe and Mail in
Toronto Internet Lawyer, Gil Zvulony was a guest on the Mike Bullard Show on November 16, 2011. They discussed the law as it relates to lying on Facebook and other websites. A podcast of the show may be downloaded here.
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