Posts Tagged: website


Closing a Loophole to Prevent Online Sex Trafficking

The U.S. Senate is slated to vote on the Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act (SESTA), legislation that would help prevent online sex trafficking by holding accountable …
By John Manchester
4 years ago 0

Getting Ahead of ADA Website Accessibility Lawsuits

The lack of regulations here has led to the absolute worst-case scenario. People with disabilities have not been served since most companies are unaware this is an …
By Heather Antoine
4 years ago 1

Beware WizAdwords.com

Yesterday IPWatchdog.com received a suspicious invoice from a vendor that we have never done business with by the name of WizAdwords.com. It is a clever …
By Gene Quinn
4 years ago 7

The First 3 Steps to Starting a Website or Blog

With the growing trend of online marketing for business, it has become important to have a distinct Internet presence. A blog can give help you raise your …
By Corinne Kerston
9 years ago 2

FTC Stops “History Sniffing” by Online Advertising Network

An online advertising company agreed to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that it used “history sniffing” to secretly and illegally gather data from millions of consumers about …

Twelve Key Components to Building a Successful Website

About ten months ago I wrote, The Importance of Having a Web Presence where I discussed why you should have a website, where you can buy your …
By Renee C. Quinn
11 years ago 2

IPWatchdog.com Year End Results for 2009

Later today my patent wishes for the New Year will be posted, which I realize are a little late, but I decided to take some time off …
By Gene Quinn
12 years ago 0

Work in Progress: Navigating the New USPTO Website

Recently I went to USPTO.gov and like many others noticed that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has launched its new website. You may recall …
By Gene Quinn
12 years ago 1