OrmosNet: internet lawyers since 2000
The first internet lawyers in Hungary | Unique professional experience in the following areas of law:
software law, IT law, gambling law, privacy law - GDPR, ecommerce law
We provide elite services in telecommunications law, real estate law, IP law, labour law, corporate law.
We have written numerous professional essays, articles and conducted lot of TV and press interviews.
Our law firm was established in year 2000.
Call us at +36209776829 on weekdays between 9am to 5pm. We will be happy to help.
Our main services
Google Removal Requests
As you surely know, from last Friday it is possible to request that search engines (in case of Hungary, this basically means Google) that they remove certain links from the SERP.
We have already received a number of instructions from our clients to go ahead with the removal requests. The results are not sure yet, but there are some advice we want to share with you, so.
We have summarised our findings in a LinkedIn post.
- market leaders in Internet law, software law, IT/IP law
- also in focus: company law, labour law, real estate law, e-commerce law, data protection law
- law firm founded in year 2000
- ten lawyers at your service at OrmosNet
- outstanding media coverage of our lawyers: numerous TV, radio and press appearances
You can call our English speaking operator every day from 07:00am to 10:00pm (phone no.: +36702212149 or skype @ormos.zoltan) or email us email@example.com
Legal background of data deletion - exclusive content
We have published a study on the legal obligation to delete data: under what laws and with what conditions it is necessary for you to delete data you store on your system. We also made proposals on how to mirror these requirements in internal documents e.g.in a data security manual or policy. The study is available only to followers of our Google+ site.
17th August, 2013.
Website owners: data you should definitely disclose on your site
Our experience shows that quite a few website owners have little or no knowledge about the extent of information they should disclose about themselves on their website. In one of our Google+ posts, we detailed all the types of data a business needs to list on its website in the 'About us' section.
16th August, 2013.
Biggest lie on the Internet: 'I have read the terms and conditions'
Nobody seems to bother to read the full version of the terms&condtions of Facebook, Google and other internet-related services. However, an extract and analysis of these terms is a different story. User's Digest is a site where you can find these extracts in the framework of a free service by OrmosNet (at present, available only in Hungarian).
16th October, 2012. User's Digest>>>