Posts Tagged ‘internet law update’

Computer and Internet Law Updates for 2013-06-20

June 20th, 2013

Exasperated about CASL “What are we expected to do, go door-to-door? Send snail mail?” http://bit.ly/1211lZ5

New CASL acronym “Clowns in Ottawa Have Gotten It Wrong Once More” http://bit.ly/1211lZ5

Social Media and the Law: Presentation to Joint Irish Committee on Transport and Communications http://bit.ly/1210SWH

Copyright and Technology London 2013 Conference: October 17 http://bit.ly/1210mYQ

Copyright and Accessibility http://bit.ly/1210gAm

Google:“We’re not in the business of lying” http://bit.ly/120ZEuG

Google Brands Intellectual Ventures a Patent Troll for Latest Suit http://dthin.gs/120ZeEC

Feedly upgrades site to prep for Google Reader’s demise http://cnet.co/120YO0N

Intellectual Ventures files second patent lawsuit against Google’s Motorola Mobility http://bit.ly/120YFux

Computer and Internet Law Updates for 2013-06-13

June 13th, 2013

Not So Fast:  French Minsitry Of Culture Hesitates to Transfer Graduated Response Entirely to CSA http://buff.ly/193XIDH

Feedly starts weaning itself from Google Reader servers – still a pity Google is abandoning its customers. http://buff.ly/10bsB8B

Canadian Treasury Board sets new privacy breach notification policy, but only for itself http://buff.ly/12lCDEj

Companies Complying with NSA’s PRISM May Face E.U. Lawsuits | MIT Technology Review http://buff.ly/13AzL4H

Europe warns US: you must respect the privacy of our citizens | World news | The Guardian http://buff.ly/1714OeN

Voice-Activated In-Car Systems Are Called Risky – http://buff.ly/pFWKdl  http://buff.ly/19pqWQ4

Expect more secret surveillance revelations, online privacy expert says http://buff.ly/10brwhb