Experienced Internet Privacy Lawyer

A knowledgeable internet privacy lawyer can help you protect your digital rights and secure your online data. Learn more here.

Nowadays, most consumers access different kinds of services on websites daily. Companies also use websites to accelerate their business.

But, all this online activity creates privacy and data security concerns. Businesses are obliged to protect consumers’ personal information. However, If you are a consumer using services or operating a business on the website, your online privacy can be compromised.

A data breach lawyer or a privacy law attorney at Mullen Law Firm can help you provide advice on data security laws, infringement of privacy policies, internet defamation involving consumers’ privacy, or any other data breaches.

You can contact a privacy attorney at Mullen Law Firm at 201-241-4831 for a free consultation on your privacy infringement case or get information about defending yourself against another party’s claim.


Internet Privacy Attorney

Internet law is a combination of privacy laws, contract laws, and tort laws. An internet protection lawyer can help you understand and stay by the legal requirements of maintaining a social network on your website.

When companies provide services via a website, they must comply with the laws of the state’s regulatory agencies, for example, the federal wiretap act, where the business is located, and certain other jurisdictions.

An internet lawyer will help you stay by these requirements and regulatory investigations and protect your business from copyright and trademark issues and other issues like internet defamation or hacking.

An internet security lawyer may also assist you in creating contracts for your business, protect you from liability issues, and ensure that you are well-versed with the federal privacy laws and provisions governing the use of the internet and data protection.

Our legal team has experience in class action litigation, internet privacy and security laws, intellectual property rights litigation, and copyright infringement lawsuits. We also respond to government data requests and advise businesses on complying with the existing legal requirements.

Contact us today at Mullen Law Firm for a free consultation from an experienced internet privacy lawyer and understand your online rights. We will be more than happy to help you protect your digital rights and secure your online presence.

Internet Privacy Law

Consumers share sensitive information on mobile apps and websites, so a right to privacy is created for consumers’ private data. Internet privacy laws are created to preserve privacy when using the internet or social media. These laws also imply that internet marketers and digital marketers ensure they follow privacy practices.

New Jersey Supreme Court recognized the right to privacy and stated that consumers have a constitutional right to privacy while sharing sensitive personal information with ISPs.

Sensitive, personally identifiable information can include medical records, social security numbers, and other personal information. A lawyer can help you provide compensation if your data has been compromised.

Putting a liability or a limitation on the internet is very difficult as the internet is not restricted to one area. While dealing with internet crimes, many possibilities and situations must be considered. A single jurisdiction cannot be imposed in the cases of internet crimes. This makes internet law a special case.

Internet law — when melded with other areas of law like a contract, privacy, or constitutional law — can remedy internet crimes and other cyber legal issues. Mullen Law Firm has experience in dealing with internet crimes and has a specialized team of lawyers who can provide the best legal advice and representation in such cases.

Understanding Current Internet Privacy Laws

Most of the consumer data on the internet is not secure. App developers have a legal liability while creating apps.

Recently New Jersey passed two bills to regulate personal data on the internet:

  • NJ AB 3255 states that certain businesses must inform consumers about the data collection and sale of their personal data.

  • NJ AB 3283 establishes specific requirements for the disclosure and processing personally identifiable information and establishes an office for Data Protection and Responsible Use in the Division of Consumer Affairs.

Internet privacy and data are also related to online defamation. According to New Jersey’s defamation law, one can obtain an exception to defamation if the said statement is true and it was not meant to harm somebody.

An internet lawyer can help you create a website’s privacy policy, terms of use agreement, and other documents that clarify the rights and responsibilities of people engaging in online activities. Our internet security lawyers can also help you defend your business against copyright infringement, cyberbullying, and other online privacy violations.

The scope of internet and data privacy laws is constantly expanding. Our lawyers stay up-to-date with the latest legal developments in this field and provide informed advice to our clients. With the help of an internet lawyer, you can stay protected and enjoy a secure online experience.

What Are the Laws Regarding Internet Privacy?

Most websites transfer, use, and store the electronic information of consumers. This created a need for computer laws.

Computer laws include privacy laws and other constitutional laws. The U.S. has several acts which relate to computer laws and an individual’s privacy.

  • The Telephone Consumer Protection Act restricts telemarketing communications via texts or calls.

  • The Electronic Communications Privacy Act provides provisions to protect emails, telephonic conversations, and electronic data stored on the computer.

  • The Telemarketing Sales Rule requires telemarketers to provide disclosures and prohibit consumer misrepresentation.

  • The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) requires a website to obtain parental consent before collecting data on children under 13.

  • The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) provides provisions for securing the privacy of medical information.

  • The Federal Trade Commission has released a guide that regulates endorsements and testimonials in advertising on the website.

  • The Gramm Leach Bliley Act requires insurance providers to submit privacy policies to their customers and inform them how their data will be shared.

Each law is strictly designed to protect the basic consumer right of data privacy and data security with a strategic approach to ensure this basic right.

Find an Internet Privacy & Security Lawyer

As more and more people are getting connected through the internet, cybersecurity is a big concern. Internet crimes tend to increase more as nowadays everything is regulated through the internet, creating a great demand for cyber lawyers.

Cyber lawyers work on data protection and privacy law issues. They help businesses to remain protected from hacking and ransomware attacks. In any case, they would help businesses handle the legal implications of a data breach.

If you are looking for an experienced internet privacy lawyer, you must find one who understands the importance of data protection and can assist clients in complying with existing laws and regulations. The lawyer should also be an expert in cyber crimes and understand the newly passed privacy laws.

At Mullen Law Firm, we have a team of experienced and knowledgeable internet privacy lawyers who specialize in helping clients navigate the complex world of online security law.

Our attorneys understand how to protect their client’s rights and ensure they comply with the existing privacy laws. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you stay compliant.

Work with an Internet Law Attorney

Most online activity is prone to internet crimes. Many illegal activities, like using torrent services, trolling, stalking, bullying, theft, fraud, etc., are done online. Even though internet laws have restricted the illegal use of the internet, these activities are still carried out by the accused.

An internet law attorney can help you manage your online presence and protect your intellectual property rights. An internet law attorney can help you create a privacy policy, terms and conditions, and other documents so that you can run your business smoothly on the internet.

Mullen Law Firm: Internet Privacy Attorneys

Previously, defamation was only restricted to newspapers or any visual media, but as people use the internet daily, the internet is becoming a means for defamation. Plus, people actively share their info online, which could lead to their identification.

Internet defamation consequences can include financial or physiological loss to an individual or a company. These cases are handled like other personal injury suits where one party is sued for damages in a civil case.

The online privacy and defamation attorneys at the Mullen Law Firm can help you obtain compensation for defamation or protect you in civil liability cases.

Our internet privacy attorneys can also help you establish businesses over the internet and protect you from any copyright or trademark claim or domain name issue. We understand the complexities of this new world and can help you address any issue related to the internet. Contact us today and explore how we can help you.

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