Facebook has issued a statement surrounding a bogus copyright notice that spread through the network over the past couple of days. The bogus notice claimed that Facebook was making changes related to ownership of users’ information or the content they post to the site. The statement is completely untrue, but the perception has long remained that Facebook privacy policies are confusing, arbitrary, and one-sided.
News For You
— December 4, 2013
By Attorney Howard Iken Special to THELAW.TV New Family Patterns In today’s society, the makeup of families is not quite as traditional or cookie cutter as in the past. Marriage is not an essential element in any relationship and society no longer looks down on single parent households. There are households with one parent, two…
In The News
— November 26, 2013
Macy’s is the latest major retailer to open up on Thanksgiving Day. The department store chain joins other retailers, such as Walmart, in getting a jumpstart on the holiday shopping season by opening a day before Black Friday. THELAW.TV spoke with Jupiter, Florida employment attorney Cathleen Scott of The Law Offices of Cathleen Scott, P.A….
— November 20, 2013
By Attorney Melba Pearson Special to THELAW.TV Either George Zimmerman has the worst luck in the world … or there is a new side of him being revealed. Today, a Florida judge granted a $9,000 bond on Zimmerman’s latest charges of aggravated assault with a firearm, battery and criminal mischief. These charges were as result…