Originally published on ADA Defense Law as Can an ADA website lawsuit violate the 1st Amendment?, Dec. 6, 2019: Can a website accessibility lawsuit violate a person’s first amendment rights of free speech? This is a question that has been intriguing me as the Courts have been increasingly generous in allowing these lawsuits to go … Continue reading When does an ADA website lawsuit violate the First Amendment?
On October 1, 2019, The United States Court of Appeal for the District of Columbia issued its ruling in the case of Mozilla v FCC. The Court's ruling is contained in a 186 opinion. The best part of the opinion is that the Court ruled that the FCC attack on net neutrality does not preempt … Continue reading Court rules on net neutrality: not all bad.
When I started my law practice, the options for marketing were limited to expensive Yellow Page and newspaper ads, and networking. Some of you may not even know what those terms mean. They have become relics. The same was true of all professions and trades, as well as hobbies and artistry. If you simply wanted … Continue reading Age of the Internet as a Democratic Equalizer is Dimming.
June 11, 2019 was the one year anniversary of the Ajit Pai led repeal of net neutrality regulations. Pai is the Trump appointed Chair of the FCC and a cable industry insider - a former Associate General Counsel at Verizon, among other positions. After being appointed Chair of the FCC, he closed an investigation of … Continue reading One Year Anniversary of Repeal of Net Neutrality
Uh oh. The Wall Street Journal is reporting (article behind a paywall) that the EU has been investigating GDPR cases and will be announcing fines this summer.