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Cyberlaw, Evidence and Internet Litigation

Cyberlaw known also as “internet law” is the area of law that regulates how people use the internet. There are cyber laws related to either criminal or civil laws. Any law or regulation that involves how people use computers, smartphones, the internet, and other related technology is cyber law. While technology changes, the laws in force related to electronic communication change as well. Cyberlaw contains all of how people use modern technology to communicate. Cyber laws serve many purposes. Some protect people from being victimized by crimes through immoral and corrupted activities on the internet. Other laws provide for how individuals and companies may use computers and the internet. These laws cover a wide range of topics and activities, but they all fall under the wide category of cyber law.

The widespread use of the internet affords unprecedented freedom, creative space, seamless communication, and data exchange among businesses and users. At the same time, such use gives rise to issues and concerns requiring legal representation before the courts.

Our team’s experience in initiating or defending Clients before the district courts of the Republic of Cyprus constitutes our Law Tech firm a trustworthy firm to deal with the following litigation cases:

  • social media/online defamation (libel), harassment and cyber-bullying, with privacy infringement and invasion, misuse, leaking, unauthorized publication of personal and confidential information, breach of copyright and other intellectual property rights found online, online hacking and creation of fake accounts, unlawful use of personal data.

We undertake to represent our Clients and initiate all necessary legal actions to immediately remove the offending content, obtain injunctive relief, and apologetic response/correction while seeking compensation/damages.

Our litigation services in the area are comprehensive:

  • Removal of offending, illegal, unlawful, and defamatory content against the offender (cease and desist).
  • Removal or blocking of the offending content, comment, post by communicating, and requiring so from the site/blog host, platform, or operator.
  • immediate cease of unlawful conduct,
  • Action to obtain interim or final injunction to prevent unauthorized, unlawful, defamatory, conduct, or actions.
  • Action to obtain information that helps identify the offender and all involved parties.
  • Defamation, harassment, breach of data protection, misuse of private or confidential information, infringement of copyright or intellectual property claims.

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