Last year we covered a wide range of online legal and business subjects intended for readers ranging from Internet entrepreneurs to social media marketers, from online shoppers to e-tailers, from networkers to influencers (and the brands that pay them).
The topics of our blog posts covered a myriad of cutting-edge subjects, including a new federal law limiting a business’s ability to stop patrons from posting negative online reviews and a court opinion that gave online retailers some cause for celebration.
As interesting as those topics are, they weren’t the subjects of Socially Aware’s most widely read articles from last year. Here are the most popular posts that appeared on Socially Aware in 2017.
- Second Circuit Clarifies “Repeat Infringer” Policy Requirement for DMCA Copyright Safe Harbors
- N.Y.’s New Cybersecurity Regulations: What Financial Services Companies Need to Know
- The Hague District Court’s WhatsApp Decision Creates Concerns for Mobile App Developers
- Google Ordered to Comply with Warrant for Foreign-Stored User Data
- Limiting Statutory Damages in Internet Copyright Cases
- Court Orders Google to Turn Over Foreign-Stored Data
- Zazzle Fizzles: Website Operator Denied Copyright Safe Harbor Protection for Its Sale of Physical Products Featuring User-Generated Images
- Delaware Paves the Way for Blockchain Technology
- Brands Beware: FTC Continues Campaign on Social Media Influencer Disclosures
- FTC Report Reinforces the Rules for Cross-Device Tracking