The Supreme Court of Canada released a landmark decision today ruling that Canadian common law courts have the jurisdiction to make global de-indexing orders against search engines like Google. In so, ordering, the Court in Google Inc. v. Equustek Solutions Inc., 2017 SCC 34 underlined the breadth of courts’ jurisdiction to make orders against search engines to stem illegal activities on the Internet including the sale of products manufactured using trade secrets misappropriated from innovative companies.
Posts Tagged ‘Internet Intermediary liability’
- Computer and Internet Updates for 2018-08-14 https://t.co/kR34NTC3Oe 2018-08-15
- Computer and Internet Updates for 2018-08-14 https://t.co/0ZC5Ky46MJ 2018-08-15
- Negative Keywords Help Defeat Preliminary Injunction–DealDash v. ContextLogic https://t.co/YQHEdh4gRA 2018-08-15
- Class-action copyright suit against obituary website gets certification, will move ahead https://t.co/ZIroFE1lFJ 2018-08-15
- Google Plans to Launch Censored Search Engine in China, Leaked Documents Reveal https://t.co/xHiFAKQDKk 2018-08-15
- Ontario Court enforces a US copyright judgment of $25 million and injunction, Dish v. Shava, 2018 ONSC 2867 https://t.co/yz7XN9fxIy 2018-08-15
- EA takes down open source SimCity 2000 remake for using copyrighted assets https://t.co/qBvgwoMET4 2018-08-15
- Spanish Institutions to Begin Research on Using Blockchain for Copyright Management https://t.co/fiwJgHyaRk 2018-08-15
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