Computer Hacking and Unauthorized Access to Computer Networks: Curiosity Can Kill the Cat Read more

Computer Hacking and Unauthorized Access to Computer Networks: Curiosity Can Kill the Cat

Recently, we have encountered many instances of the following scenario… Often out of curiosity, an Internet website visitor may exceed his authorized access under his access login or
under the website’s terms of use.  Website access scripts are easily available online. Their use, however, may generate serious accusations of computer crime, specifically hacking and
unauthorized access.  Under cybercrime and computer laws, a conviction for computer hacking can carry 20 years to life in prison.

If you are accused of computer hacking or unauthorized access to a computer network a cyber crime and hacking  our computer hacking defense attorneys understand …

Microsoft Corporation Sues a Dentist for Trademark Infringement and Cybersquatting Read more

Microsoft Corporation Sues a Dentist for Trademark Infringement and Cybersquatting

The Anti-cybersquatting Consumer Protection Act (ACPA) makes those who register infringing domain names in bad faith liable to civil suits from a trademark owner.  

Microsoft has filed a trademark infringement suit against a California dentist, Dr. Saed Said, who has registered more than 40 Internet domains with names similar to Microsoft’s products or brands,
including: aMicrosoftShop.com, aMicrosoftStore.com, XboxOutlet.info and XboxMarket.mobi.

Microsoft claims that Dr. Said operates the domains with the intent to divert Internet surfers looking for Microsoft’s products. “The person has been diverted from the Microsoft Web site he or she
was seeking to visit, and Microsoft has lost the …