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RSVP for June 24 Saper Law Seminar: You’ve Been Hacked! Data Privacy and Cyber Hacking

Saper Law has increasingly been fielding calls from clients who are concerned about their exposure to  liability for cyber attacks – like the one that recently happened on the AP Twitter account. Accordingly, the June seminar at Saper Law focuses on the legal and business implications of collecting private information from website visitors and keeping that information […]

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Fox News Interviews Daliah Saper regarding Senate Bill 1005 and Violent Flash Mobs

Attorney Daliah Saper is a highly regarded cyber-law expert who specializes in internet and social media issues. She regularly serves on advisory panels and on national and local television to discuss controversies affecting internet and social media law and regulation. Ms. Saper was recently interviewed by Fox News to discuss the implications of SB 1005, […]

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Daliah Saper moderates panel at IATA conference in Shanghai, China

On February 5th, Daliah Saper traveled to Shanghai, China to moderate a social media law panel at the 2012 IATA Legal Symposium. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is an international trade body, created over 60 years ago by a group of airlines. Today, IATA represents some 240 airlines comprising 84% of total air traffic. The […]

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Daliah Saper interviewed by Legal Talk Network

The podcast of Daliah’s interview on Lawyer to Lawyer, a show on the Legal Talk Network, is now available online.  Details below. Click on the links to listen! Title:        Legal Issues Surrounding Social Media Description:   The allure of social media has attracted businesses, law firms and the general public, but with the popularity of social media in and out […]

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