In October 2014, Joseph Cox first exposed the website Insecam.com, and the fact that the site was live streaming CCTV images from all over the world of people were completely unaware that there were being spied on. Today, the Guardian was quoting The information commissioner, Christopher Graham who has condemned Insecam, and said that he wants “the Russians […]
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why it is so important to obtain legal advice quickly and not delay matters when it comes to online defamation.
What to do if your images are stolen and placed on the internet?
As hacked nude celebrity photos had been sold on the internet, Yair Cohen, social media lawyer
Last year I was privileged to be invited to the Supreme Court to take part in the Model Law Commission project, a project that is supported by the Supreme Court and the Law Commission where a group of young students are encouraged to create law reforms based on their own personal experiences of society’s needs and with the […]
The truth, which every defamation solicitor who specialises in removing defamation from the internet should be able to tell you, is that the majority of the operators of review websites. business defamation on review website
What responsibilities do social media websites have towards their users? Should social media sites be regulated? Yair Cohen social media lawyer speaks to LBC
New online piracy laws are planned to be introduced as part of the Digital Economy Act 2010.
What do the new Piracy Laws mean to you?
A right to be forgotten Solicitors A right to be forgotten lawyers: New Google take-down requests. What does it mean to you?
Who owns your own image? Some legal advice about removing images from the internet. Yair Cohen social media lawyer
Remove review from yelp Can you remove fake reviews from Yelp even if Yelp tells you that you are doomed?
Yair is a Social media business solicitor who specialises in social media, internet law and online reputation of business. His clients include companies listed on the London stock exchange as well as start-ups
No Longer Anonymous on the Web People who use fake names to post critical comments about companies on websites may not be as anonymous as they think, as firms use the courts to unmask online accusers.
A Teen Girl’s Facebook Typo Led Horrified Stranger To Get Thousands Of Her Messages Over 9 months, a woman in North Carolina received over 14,000 Facebook messages intended for a teen girl in Mexico.
Yair Cohen social media solicitor presents at Google Campus Tech-Tax event on Startup and Reputation management strategies
Social media solicitor Yair Cohen says that social media users work for their masters by producing never-ending internet content and by constantly engaging