Computer and Internet Law Updates for 2013-06-13

June 13th, 2013 by Barry Sookman Leave a reply »

Not So Fast:  French Minsitry Of Culture Hesitates to Transfer Graduated Response Entirely to CSA

Feedly starts weaning itself from Google Reader servers – still a pity Google is abandoning its customers.

Canadian Treasury Board sets new privacy breach notification policy, but only for itself

Companies Complying with NSA’s PRISM May Face E.U. Lawsuits | MIT Technology Review

Europe warns US: you must respect the privacy of our citizens | World news | The Guardian

Voice-Activated In-Car Systems Are Called Risky –

Expect more secret surveillance revelations, online privacy expert says

Uncertainty, Copyright and Courage by Paul Williams

Digital Citizens take Google to Task over Profits from Illicit Activity

New Judgment: Ust-Kamenogorsk Hydropower Plant JSC v AES Ust-Kamenogorstk Hydropower Plant LLP [2013] UKSC 35

Online Dating Websites Aren’t Required To Warn That Some Members May Be Murderers

Warranty Disclaimer in PC TuneUp’s EULA Fails — Rottner v. AVG

Stop Insider Tweeting!—Feds Eye Social Media for Securities Shenanigans

Tech Summit 2013 Recap – Innovation in Outsourcing

Entitlement Matters

Heartache and Sour Grapes on the Internet: A Lesson in Case Management

Beyond Knowledge and Consciousness – The Development of Liability for Misuse of Trade Secrets in the UK

CIPO releases examination guidelines for medical use inventions

Knock Knock Prevails over Copyright and Trademark Infringers in the United

US Copyright Office publicly states the need to put digital and terrestrial radio royalty schemes on equal ground

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