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Think Before You Link!: When Does Unauthorised Hyperlinking Infringe Copyright?
In what circumstances does the unauthorised posting of a hyperlink run the risk of infringing copyright? The question is an important one, for hyperlinks help the internet to work smoothly; and it is also a topical one, for it was the subject of a recent ruling by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) – GS Media – that helps to clarify the issue.
UK
28 Oct 2016
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Enabling A Superfast Future
Helen Garthwaite and Claire Haynes highlight the importance of sustainable digital infrastructure for broadband connectivity...
UK
5 Sep 2016
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It's Not Just Cricket!: Where Are The Boundaries Of The Fair Dealing Defence?
Cricket and copyright rarely coincide, buy they did in the High Court earlier this Spring, when Mr Justice Arnold handed down a typically mammoth and meticulous judgement in England and Wales Cricket Board v Tixdaq.
UK
22 Jul 2016
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Be Sure Of Your Connections
Helen Garthwaite and Claire Haynes consider broadband challenges for the next generation of buildings. This article was first published in RICS Construction Journal for April-May 2016.
UK
7 Apr 2016
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Tomorrow's City, Today's Challenge
Tomorrow's City, Today's Challenge is a unique campaign, launched at MIPIM UK in 2014. 60% of the world's population will live in cities by 2030 and our campaign looks at what we need to do today to prepare for that change.
UK
29 Oct 2015
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Ashley Madison Cyber-Attack
The Ashley Madison hacking scandal is likely to have far-reaching consequences for the site's reported 37 million users around the world.
UK
27 Jul 2015
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Broadband Connections And The Electronic Communications Code
Modern businesses depend on fast and reliable broadband connections.
UK
9 May 2015
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More Moral Fibre, Please
The government has withdrawn amendments to the Infrastructure Bill that would have made life less risky for those introducing broadband fibre. So the onus is on developers to act themselves.
UK
31 Mar 2015
9
Interflora v M&S – The Saga Continues
The 6 year legal battle between Interflora and M&S has taken a new twist following the Court of Appeal's latest appeal ruling in the case Interflora Inc & Anor v Marks and Spencer plc.
UK
14 Nov 2014
10
ISPs Ordered To Block Websites Committing Trade Mark Infringement
The High Court has granted an injunction in favour of luxury brand owner Richemont, which requires various ISPs to block access to a number of websites.
UK
5 Nov 2014
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Copyright, Streaming Websites And Website Blocking Orders: Where Are We Now?
The High Court granted an order to several major film studios blocking access to four film and television programme streaming websites.
UK
27 Jun 2014
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Gone But Not Forgotten?
Google may now be forced to remove personal information from its search results after the CJEU stated that EU citizens have a 'right to be forgotten'.
European Union
30 May 2014
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Leaving A Digital Legacy In Your Will
The Law Society published a press release encouraging testators to leave a list of their online accounts, such as email, banking and social networking sites.
UK
12 May 2014
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Google Facing Claim For New Tort Of Misuse Of Private Information And Breaches Of Data Protection Legislation
A recent case could have important ramifications for individual internet users and businesses who send targeted advertisements to those users.
UK
14 Mar 2014
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What Happens To My Digital Assets After Death?
Many service providers’ standard terms and conditions stipulate that data will be automatically terminated on death.
UK
14 Mar 2014
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Defamation Act – Draft Defence For Website Operators
The Government has recently published draft regulations which give website operators a defence against defamation claims where they did not post the statement on their website.
UK
26 Nov 2013
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Creating A Digital Inheritance For Online Assets And Personal Data
A discussion on the law as to how online items pass on our death.
UK
13 May 2013
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Another Database Right Infringer Goes To The Wall
The English High Court's recent decision in Executive Grapevine v Wall provides another example of claimants making good use of database right in order to protect their IPRs.
UK
13 May 2013
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The Long Arm Of The Law: How Social Media And P2P File-Sharing Are Not 'Untouchable'
The behaviour of those using social media sites and online P2P file-sharing sites often gives the impression that they assume themselves to be 'untouchable' by law or regulation.
UK
29 Oct 2012
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Urgent Need For Businesses To Safeguard Against .xxx Cybersquatters
Businesses have just 3 days left to pre-empt cybersquatters from maliciously registering their brands as .xxx domain names, warned Wedlake Bell LLP, the City law firm, at their Intellectual Property seminar this week.
UK
31 Oct 2011
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