Day: March 30, 2015

Safari workaround claimants to get their day in UK court against Google: Google Inc v Vidal-HallSafari workaround claimants to get their day in UK court against Google: Google Inc v Vidal-Hall



The ‘Safari workaround’ has cost Google millions. In 2012, it paid a civil penalty of US$22.5 million to settle charges brought by the US FTC that Google misrepresented to users of the Safari browser that it would not place tracking cookies or serve targeted advertisements to those users.… ...

Computer and Internet Law Updates for 2015-03-29Computer and Internet Law Updates for 2015-03-29



CJEU addresses MAR right in More Entertainment (Judgment) [2015] EUECJ C-279/13 (26 March 2015) http://t.co/3kgRESgmAd -> Cyber bulling requires malice Self v. Baha’i, 2015 NSSC 94 (CanLII) http://t.co/SwqgrjCpvy -> blogged: Computer and Internet Law Weekly Updates for 2015-03-28 http://t.co/F8D2E8hVqy -> Bill S-4 : Éloïse Grafton Appearance Before the Industry Committee ...