Morris, Manning & Martin Partners to Address AFCOM

Morris, Manning & Martin Partners

to Address AFCOM


The Leading Association for Data Center Professionals


Atlanta, GA (November 23, 2010)Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP, one of Atlanta’s leading law firms and a national leader in representing technology and technology-related companies, is pleased to announce that partners John Yates and Larry Kunin will be presenting to AFCOM, the Association of Computer Operations Management, on December 9, 2010.

The presentation will address practical pointers for data center owners, operators and users.  Messrs. Yates and Kunin will answer questions relating to liability and damage exposure from data and privacy breaches, data security problems, contractual

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MMM Tech Law Exclusive: Free Book Download of The Heart of Networking by Ricky Steele

Networking maven, acclaimed writer and Chief Development Officer at Hunter Technical Resources, Ricky Steele has graciously granted MMM Tech Law & Business Report readers permission to download his book The Heart of Networking.

To download The Heart of Networking for FREE Click Here .

About The Heart of Networking:

When Ricky Steele came to Atlanta from Columbus, Georgia, he didn’t know a soul outside of family members. Within months, he was at the heart of the city’s business community and, over the years, has built one successful enterprise after another, enjoying association with the likes of The Coca-Cola Company, Korn/Ferry International, and PricewaterhouseCoopers,

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Easy To Do, Frequently Missed: Limiting Your Liability for Online Content

It is a fact of life that companies frequently write their own terms of use and privacy policies rather than using an attorney.  Time and money are always short, and these things would seem easy to do.  After all, plenty of websites have examples that other lawyers have pored over.  Why not just adapt that work?  Here’s one thing you may miss. 

Many website terms of use have a reference to what happens when your site ends up displaying someone else’s copyrighted work.  The terms of use have a section that gives a name, address and contact information where notices of

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