The Internet Law Center is a law firm dedicated to helping businesses navigate the evolving legal standards for today's digital economy. We are the only firm that was founded by professionals with years of business and legal experience working in-house with e-commerce and internet advertising companies.
Today the firm serves a diverse client base worldwide that includes startups and public companies both online and offline.
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If you do business on the Web, I highly recommend the Internet Law Center as your go-to legal team.
Farshad Fardad, CEO
Global Wide Media, Inc.
COUNTDOWN TO ATTORNEY GENERAL ENFORCEMENT OF CALIFORNIA CONSUMER PRIVACY ACT (CalCPA)
Attorney General may not commence enforcement until July 1, 2020.
REPORT CYBER CRIME
The Internet Law Center represents victims of cyber crime and abuse. If you have been the victim of a cyber crime you can report it online at the Internet Crime Complaint Center (aka IC3) which is a is a partnership between the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C). Reports are forwarded to the appropriate local law enforcement agency.
Bennet Kelley was one of the first lawyers fighting online abuse and has been a victim's advocate in both the courtroom and the media. ILC supports and is listed as participating counsel with the Cyber Civil Rights Initiative and Working to Halt Online Abuse; two organizations working with victims of revenge porn and other online abuse.
For more information visit our Cyber Harassment resource page.
CALIFORNIA SPAM LAW
We are a leading authority on California's spam law. Bennet Kelley testified during the consideration of the original law and has litigated with success against most of the major serial spam plaintiffs. This earned him the title of Dan Balsam's "arch nemesis" in an 2010 AP article.
In 2018, Bennet played a leading role in defeating California legislation drafted by anti-spam lawyers that would have made it easier to sue legitimate companies. View briefing on our Spam law resource page.
Over the past years, we have gone up against some disturbed characters. One in particular, who this firm successfully sued on behalf of a client in 2009, has responded with death threats and whom we also believe is responsible for several false reports about this firm on the website RipOffReport and various social media posts. She was convicted on criminal charges in 2015.
For more information about this case, click here.