Computer and Internet Law Updates for 2011-03-01

  • Motorola Mobility Sues TiVo Over Patents #
  • JPMorgan in talks to buy Twitter stake #
  • European Court to Rule on Legality of Used Software Trading #
  • Spam Hall of Shame anti-competitive? #
  • Google Glitch Disables 150,000 Gmail Accounts #
  • Spain approves new law to battle Internet piracy #
  • German data regulators move to tighten IP address laws #
  • The Market for Online Privacy Heats Up #
  • FTC Complaint Targets Alleged SMS Spammer #
  • Berlusconi in court for copyright fraud #
  • Illegal downloading: The real cost of 'free' music #
  • ReDigi opens as marketplace to re-sell your purchased MP3s #
  • My Message To Google: Stop Cheating #
  • Newspaper does not have to identify anonymous commenters, rules UK High Court #
  • Statutory damages and summary judgement granted to Perfect10 in Perfect 10, Inc. v. Netsaits B.V. 2011 WL 531302 #
  • Computer and Internet Law Updates for 2011-02-28 #
  • US court considers personal jurisdiction issues in copyright case in Adobe Systems Inc. v. Childers 2011 WL 566812 #
  • US court grants injunction against Motorola to prevent disclosure of trade secrets in Huawei Technologies v. Motorola 2011 WL 612722 #
  • US court discusses criteria for implied licenses to use software in Techsavies, LLC v. WDFA Marketing 2011 WL 589809 #
  • WPIX, Inc. v. ivi, Inc. 2011 WL 607111 Court holding "it is extraordinarily unlikely that ivi will ultimately be deemed a cable system" #
  • Peer to Peer Downloading is Harming Music Sector #
  • CRTC does have jurisdiction to impose a Fee for Carriage regime, FCA rules with dissent by Nadon who ruled the matter is utra vires the CRTC #
  • USTR Announces Results of Special 301 Review of Notorious Markets – IsoHunt is on the list #
  • CRTC has authority to impose fee-for-carriage: Federal Court of Appeal #
  • Canada: online piracy a problem hurting artists, creators and economy #
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