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Is Your App a Stalking App by FTC Standards?

The Federal Trade Commission censured an app company for disregarding various privacy guidelines and safeguards. Its a cautionary tale.

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Illinois Lures Tech with New Tax Incentive

Illinois lawmakers want data-centers to set up shop in the state, so they've developed a sweet tax incentive to lure them to the area. Jump in.

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Internet Law: California's new chatbot law

What You Need To Know About The New Bot Law

California unveiled a new marketing law affecting e-commerce websites. If you run an online store, take two minutes to read about this new bot law.

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Crypto Tax Law: Revenue Ruling 2019-24

IRS Cryptocurrency Revenue Ruling 2019-24

The Internal Revenue Service finally released a long-awaited ruling regarding cryptocurrencies. Jump in to learn more and how you will be affected.

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Opportunity Zone Tax Law: Can Cannabis companies use the program?

Cannabis and the Opportunity Zone Program

Can Opportunity Zone funds be used to finance a cannabis business? We dive into this question and other cannabis tax law issues in this post.

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FBAR Law: IRS Sues woman for FBAR violations

Overseas Account Cautionary Tale

Anyone with overseas accounts must file an annual FBAR report. Click through to read about a taxpayer who failed to do so and got sued for over a million.

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Cryptocurrency Law: Picture to accompany post about SEC saying that Bitcoin is not a security

SEC Declares: Bitcoin NOT a Security

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission declared that Bitcoin is not a security. Jump in to learn more about the decision and its industry impact.

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Cryptocurrency Law: IRS added crypto to Form 1040

New Form 1040 Include Cryptocurrency Section

Cryptocurrency has hit the mainstream! The IRS added a cryptocurrency section to Tax Form 1040. Also, what to do if you haven't reported crypto gains yet.

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Internet Law and FTC Law: FTC sued Match.com for allegedly ignoring scam bots for profit

FTC Slams Match Over Maybe Shady Tactics

The Federal Trade Commission is suing Match.com for allegedly ignoring bots and scammers that seduced people into paid subscriptions and other scams.

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