Computer and Internet Law Updates for 2012-10-06

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The High Court has given its reasons for decision in the tobacco plain packaging case via AusCopyright #
Link to Aussie HC decision in JT International SA v Commonwealth of Australia [2012] HCA 43 #
Orphan Works Directive adopted by the Council #
Facebook Shut Down The Cool Hunter Over Copyright Infringement #
Aussie Attorneys-general considering new national social media laws to ensure laws apply appropriately in social media #
Adam Lipsius: Protecting Creative and Intellectual Property on the Internet #
Canadian online pharmacy ordered to stop marketing to U.S. #
Internet freedom: Free to choose #
Hackers Attack Philippine Central Bank Site to Protest Cyber Law #
Lawsuits over Facebook’s IPO flop to be consolidated in NY #
FTC settles with Bieber fan site over child data-collection claims #
Google Deal Gives Publishers a Choice – Digitize or Not #
The CRTC takes action against telemarketers offering anti-virus software | CRTC #
Motorola wins German patent case against Microsoft #
US court to hear arguments in ReDigi’s MP3 digital music resales case #
Leuthold v CBC: Damages for Copyright Infringement #
New post: Computer and Internet Law Updates for 2012-10-05 #
The Federal Privacy Commissioner’s new annual report to Parliament #
AAP and Google settle lawsuit over book scanning #
Copyright Board of Canada has rendered its decision on SOCAN Tariff 22.A #
Hacking group activist’s posts land him in trouble #
Internet Freedom and YouTube Under Attack #
French Rules Governing Post Mortem Transmission of Droit de Suite Held Constitutional #
Could Your API Land You in Court: What Developers Should Know #
Benefits for Manitoba of Canada-EU Trade and Economic Agreement #
Watchdog calls eBay’s user policy ‘underhanded’ #
Facebook wants $15 billion privacy suit dismissed #
Copyright Fair Use Cases of the United States Law #
Self Replicating (and Alive) Inventions: Supreme Court Grants Certiorari in Monsanto v. Bowman #
Apple v. Samsung Juror Biased? #
Kate Middleton’s topless photographs and the law of privacy, the view from South Africa #

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