Computer and Internet Law Updates for 2013-06-17

June 17th, 2013 by Barry Sookman Leave a reply »

BC vs Ontario: BC Supreme Court Confirms No Common Law Tort for Invasion of Privacy http://bit.ly/19bEcFl

Unauthorised access to medical devices possible due to password vulnerability, warns US cyber security body http://bit.ly/19bEawY

Breach of Confidence: Your “Friends” Can’t Protect You http://bit.ly/19bDY10

Hadopi third strike hits French file sharer were it hurts: Banned from the Net http://bit.ly/19bDMyK

Are Isolated Human Genes Patentable In Canada? http://bit.ly/19bDEiL

Court of Appeal Accepts Ontario Jurisdiction Despite Forum Selection Clause for Germany http://bit.ly/19bDxDT

Birthday blues in class action claim http://bit.ly/19bDojB

Sweden effectively bans government use of Google Cloud Apps for violating data protection rules  http://bit.ly/19bDasI

Internet Society Urges Transparency in IP Discussions -innovation w/o permission as a guiding principle?  http://bit.ly/19bCMe0

Twenty Thoughts on the Importance of Myriad http://bit.ly/19bCwvB

German VP8 infringement cases show Google’s inability to cut through the codec patent thicket http://bit.ly/19bCsvG

Saudi Arabia plans to block WhatsApp within weeks: report http://bit.ly/11hzpjX

New Brunswick paper plant’s bid to impose random alcohol tests at work shot down by Supreme Court http://bit.ly/19bC6VK

Facebook, Microsoft reveal U.S. government data requests  http://buff.ly/11DPagm

 

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