Internet Privacy

Internet Privacy Law

The Internet has integrated into our daily lives, with technology advancing quickly and laws changing to try to keep up. That’s why knowing the laws and statutes that regulate online activity is increasingly important. Internet laws exist to govern privacy, data security, freedom of speech, and more. For companies or individuals needing guidance on Internet laws, Dhillon Law Group in California, New York, New Jersey, Florida, and Virginia has a long track record of representing established enterprises, small startups, and individuals.
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Meet the Attorneys Protecting Your Interests and Rights Online

Internet and online privacy laws are changing and evolving continually in attempts to keep up with the speed of technology. Our vigilant legal team stays abreast of the laws and precedence in the field of online privacy law. At Dhillon Law Group, our Internet privacy attorneys are fully prepared to protect businessowners’ livelihood, interests, and reputations on the Internet and defend private citizens’ privacy online.

When it comes to Internet laws, we focus on legal principles or legislation that govern how the Internet is used. Due to the ever-changing nature of the Internet, these laws can be a bit more fluid than other legal branches. Internet laws can encompass any of the following:

  • Laws that pertain to website creation
  • Laws that govern ISPs (Internet Service Providers)
  • Laws on how trademarks are used on the Internet
  • Laws pertaining to online privacy and data security
  • Laws on resolution of conflicts over online domains

As leading Internet lawyers in California, Dhillon Law Group provides a wide spectrum of legal expertise and experience.

Commercial Contracts

  • Website policies, terms of use, and terms of service
  • Online agreements, contracts, and disclaimers
  • Privacy policies
  • Data and IP licenses
  • Affiliate agreements
  • Contract disputes

Internet Brand Advertising and Marketing

  • Brand protection
  • Marketing restrictions and FTC regulations
  • Social media use and FTC regulations


  • Internet transaction issues
  • Client and vendor disputes
  • The FTC’s ecommerce guidelines

Business and Employment

  • Human resources issues, such as employee Internet management (e.g., cyberslacking)
  • Outsourcing, or FTC law related to outsourcing transactions
  • Independent contractors and virtual employee issues
  • Unfair business practices (see California Business & Professions Code 17200)

Intellectual property

  • Breach licenses
  • Intellectual property infringement
  • Intellectual property litigation
  • Trademark infringement
  • Copyright infringement claims
  • Trademark and service mark claims

Data Breach

Free Speech

Cybersecurity and Online Privacy

Internet Privacy Issues for Businesses

Privacy and security laws affect any business that collects, uses and/or transfers or discloses personal data, and we help companies understand and stay in compliance with the myriad of constantly changing regulations and best practices in this area. We advise our clients on internet privacy issues arising in their transactions and daily operations, and ensure that our clients’ representations to consumers, employees, and third parties align with their legal obligations to prevent reputational risk and reduce exposure.  Where dispute escalation has occurred, we zealously and effectively represent our clients in state and federal litigation, including in class action privacy cases.

Privacy issues are particularly relevant to companies who offer services through the Internet, application software, or mobile apps, which we routinely counsel and represent. We work with business of all sizes and across industries, and clients appreciate the customized and flexible solutions we provide to meet their needs. Connect with a reliable privacy law attorney from our team today.

Our Internet lawyers also respond to government data requests and national security measures. This branch of Internet law encompasses:

  • FISA (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act)
  • Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) 18 U.S.C. section 2709
  • National Security Letters (NSLs)
  • Representation of Foreign Governments in US Courts
  • National Security Investigations
  • Global Data Sources

Additionally, we are a leading civil rights attorney in the Bay area, and provide expertise in:

  • Office of Civil Rights (OCR) Investigations
  • Filing a HIPAA complaint

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