Archive for November, 2010

Computer and Internet Law Updates for 2010-11-30

November 30th, 2010

Computer and Internet Law Updates for 2010-11-29

November 29th, 2010

Computer and Internet Law Weekly Updates for 2010-11-28

November 28th, 2010

The Pirate Bay operators lose criminal appeal and sent to prison

November 27th, 2010

The Swedish Court of Appeal affirmed the legal liability of the operators of the Pirate  Bay.  A video from the court is shown below. Meanwhile IsoHunt and its founder Gary Fung await a ruling from a California court on whether they are liable for contempt of the injunction order of Judge Wilson by continuing to operate the IsoHunt BitTorrent website in violation of the injunction.

Computer and Internet Law Updates for 2010-11-27

November 27th, 2010

Computer and Internet Law Updates for 2010-11-26

November 26th, 2010

Computer and Internet Law Updates for 2010-11-25

November 25th, 2010

Separating copyright fiction from facts about C-32’s TPM provisions

November 24th, 2010

Earlier this week Prof. Geist wrote an opinion piece in the Toronto Star in which he purported to separate “copyright facts from fiction”. His opinion piece, Separating copyright facts from fiction, followed by another blog post this week, The False Link Between Locks and Levies, are two in a series of blog posts and opinion pieces written by him recently that purport to expose as inaccurate statements made about Bill C-32 by various individuals and organizations. See: Responding to ACTRA: Group Calls C-32 a “Disaster” and Proposes Six Part Fix; Copyright Fear Mongering Hits a New High: Writers Groups Post Their C-32 Brief; In Search of A Compromise on Copyright; EU: ACTA Digital Lock Rules Don’t Cover Access Controls.

Computer and Internet Law Updates for 2010-11-24

November 24th, 2010

Computer and Internet Law Updates for 2010-11-23

November 23rd, 2010