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?”

New CASL acronym “Clowns in Ottawa Have Gotten It Wrong Once More”

Social Media and the Law: Presentation to Joint Irish Committee on Transport and Communications

Copyright and Technology London 2013 Conference: October 17

Copyright and Accessibility

Google:“We’re not in the business of lying”

Google Brands Intellectual Ventures a Patent Troll for Latest Suit

Feedly upgrades site to prep for Google Reader’s demise

Intellectual Ventures files second patent lawsuit against Google’s Motorola Mobility

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

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