Computer and Internet Weekly Updates for 2015-10-03

  • Computer and Internet Weekly Updates for 2015-09-26 http://t.co/XEClcqHkmh ->
  • Computer and Internet Weekly Updates for 2015-09-26: NZ lawyers spent 29,334 hours and $3M-plus trying to pros… http://t.co/6zSIK4ZmJw ->
  • Megaupload ignored take down warnings https://t.co/ASah6Pm51s #googlealerts #feedly ->
  • 'Lenz': Can a Machine Consider Fair Use http://t.co/xMsMqogmrr ->
  • Erotica and Copyrights – There is Nothing called Free Porn http://t.co/8cmTsISM7K ->
  • Valve sues China's Longtu Game for violating DOTA2 copyright http://t.co/QVrgk1TOeV ->
  • MegaUpload rewarded top infringers, says prosecutor in extradition case http://t.co/fFWpuKiKvv ->
  • Link to decision of Advocate General in the Schrems case http://t.co/mE7pGwX6TO ->
  • WIPO Decides Domain Case In Ashley Madison Leak http://t.co/xM4DiO8ko8 ->
  • Another German politician charged with plagiarizing Ph.D. thesis http://t.co/QDQtGuBGds ->
  • Russian Vladimir Platonov loses degree over plagiarism http://t.co/ljS8Wf3RiN ->
  • Incidental Inclusion of Works – Mere Incidental Relevance of the Exception according to the German Bundesgerichtshof http://t.co/BZhG6kq49t ->
  • Artist Rights are Human Rights https://t.co/gM6AtYtARH ->
  • Court explains breach of confidence principles No Limits Sportswear Inc. v. 0912139 B.C. Ltd., 2015 BCSC 1698 http://t.co/puJF533NII ->
  • You want a 6% Google Tax? Get lost, German copyright bods told http://t.co/ooTEXzAaVw ->
  • Computer and Internet Updates for 2015-09-27 http://t.co/6Ps7yfV0jP ->
  • Computer and Internet Updates for 2015-09-27: Computer and Internet Weekly Updates for 2015-09-26 htt… http://t.co/ViBZhJh4Fk ->
  • Very sad to hear that Jackie Hushion of the Canadian Publishers' Council passed away last night ->
  • Recent French Ruling on the Protection of Slogans ->
  • US gov’t: Kim Dotcom paid pirates $3M for movies, should be extradited ->
  • Copyright Doesn’t Restrain Culture – Part 1 ->
  • Facebook copyright hoax goes viral yet again http://t.co/FEpOQJWoGT ->
  • Decision made by U of Ottawa not to renew licence with Access Copyright http://t.co/S00TXIxHyq ->
  • Dotcom: 'Aussies just as dumb as Kiwis' – Technology http://t.co/mMBNy6XU3y ->
  • FBI outlines money trail in Dotcom case http://t.co/HipdnM7uIV ->
  • SEC Cybersecurity Updates http://t.co/HH4Y6DI8Ty ->
  • EU digital chief has plenty to discuss in D.C. http://t.co/Y6tCYW5yYw ->
  • Opinion: Fighting cybercrime http://t.co/ebAIKdYna6 ->
  • Russian court orders VK to implement effective technology to block illegal uploads http://t.co/Vo02OIArkj ->
  • Miguna appeals ruling in copyright dispute with Wal-Mart http://t.co/maYHPvYoMD ->
  • Schrems v Data Protection Commissioner, The beginning of the end for safe harbour? https://t.co/1t4WDofd5v ->
  • Dutch Filmmakers Claim Piracy Damages From Government http://t.co/tjMkvWc9fs ->
  • Computer and Internet Updates for 2015-09-28 http://t.co/BtixJueaJu ->
  • Computer and Internet Updates for 2015-09-28: 'Lenz': Can a Machine Consider Fair Use http://t.co/xMsMqogmrr -… http://t.co/vIskH9qBWt ->
  • Computer and Internet Updates for 2015-09-29: Facebook copyright hoax goes viral yet again http://t.co/FEpOQhttp://t.co/s1iLmj7lxE ->
  • SIGN THE PETITION, Art is not a digital file – http://t.co/9acLk9rVoR http://t.co/st9EYs56mP ->
  • Computer and Internet Updates for 2015-09-29 http://t.co/ZidmvuzjvC ->
  • Denis O’Brien’s Digicel takes on Google and Facebook http://t.co/vaUCxSMzkb ->
  • Federal Election Pretension: Canadian Candidate's Need a Crash Course on CASL http://t.co/bZdYXsE5ug ->
  • Rightscorp Retains Dallas Buyers Club Copyright Troll Lawyer https://t.co/KbwxS4wnqy ->
  • Licensing agent has standing to bring copyright infringement suit http://t.co/AF7h18xlLR ->
  • Google and Microsoft end all patent litigation http://t.co/iha6fwL3Ag ->
  • Should research on vehicle software be hidden from the public? http://t.co/qmrrQRzjZj ->
  • Scan-to-e-mail patent troll loses appeal, can’t avoid Vermont court case http://t.co/nsrC605UUq ->
  • Mongolia commits to Marrakesh http://t.co/PVWY9edkO0 ->
  • Karlin Lillington: Facebook case has huge implications for US-EU business http://t.co/yyKVick2uc ->
  • Computer and Internet Updates for 2015-09-30 http://t.co/OgwVEg0XKk ->
  • Computer and Internet Updates for 2015-09-30: Computer and Internet Updates for 2015-09-29: Facebook copyright… http://t.co/fMnH6pfYYD ->
  • Uber vs. the world: How cities are dealing with ride-hailing technology http://t.co/KMEJscrSYi ->
  • Frankie Valli Faces Trial for Ripping Off His Own Life Story in 'Jersey Boys' http://t.co/3W5bdOjCUv ->
  • Dotcom facing financial 'battle' despite delayed case http://t.co/ntBbNq2b5Q ->
  • Fox's Lawsuit Over Dish's Place-Shifting DVR Is Again Live http://t.co/Xb6EC2TZFO ->
  • The Copyright Issue of Using Music in Election Campaigns  http://t.co/4pot5b1cMz ->
  • Highly personal data for 15 million T-Mobile applicants stolen by hackers http://t.co/bwQHCdKfB9 ->
  • East Texas judge throws out 168 patent cases in one fell swoop http://t.co/HQwvXPWZe1 ->
  • Hard Cheese on the menu – no copyright in a sandwich filling recipe or name http://t.co/HYkQfsYOHL ->
  • Misconceptions about Licensing Electronic Content and E-Rights http://t.co/ZVvhQuZQtf ->
  • New Book: Regulating Speech in Cyberspace: Gatekeepers, Human Rights and Corporate Responsibility https://t.co/MlmYJy8zHK ->
  • MGN damages appeal to be heard on 20 and 21 October 2015 https://t.co/o90KQxUxMa ->
  • A Big Step To Combating Ad-Supported Piracy http://t.co/mpbxjaCnOK ->
  • Second Edition of Canadian Trademark Law Just Published http://t.co/4diVUNQIlq ->
  • Voice Messages Compromised as Electronic Documents? http://t.co/Q1Ub0Idy5X ->
  • Playing Innovation Catch-up? You Need Bargaining Chips and Good Timing. http://t.co/H0sMhhV6FN ->
  • Copyright Trolls Announce UK Anti-Piracy Invasion http://t.co/k6GeymnNh7 ->
  • Computer and Internet Updates for 2015-10-01 http://t.co/6NLSpVzmoa ->
  • Justice Binnie speaking at U of T, disagrees with @mgeist that the copyright pentology marked a seismic shift in copyright law ->
  • Justice Binnie talking about the copyright pentology ->
  • Justice Binnie we can't assume that copyright law is unchanging and the principles in the pentology are enduring ->
  • Justice Binnie on the CCH case, the decision was shaped by the facts of the case; if the case had involved Bloomberg data, the result… ->
  • Justice Binne on ESA, there are problems with the way the case was decided, the decision was influenced by double dipping ->
  • Justice Binnie on ESA, he doesn't agree with the Court that when something is sent over the Internet there is no communication ->
  • Justice Binnie on the pentology, all of the cases are looking for the proper balance ->
  • Justice Binnie on the balance in copyright reminding everyone about the seminal decision in Therberge (which he wrote the majority decision) ->
  • Justice Binnie, live broadcast can be viewed here http://t.co/20LzI0Nv9S ->
  • Justice Binnie on Theberge, case should be viewed in broader context where courts are seeking to limit rights such as with equality rights ->
  • Justice Binnie on CCH "the grandperson" of subsequent copyright cases, CCH was about a single copy; appeared as an abuse of the system ->
  • Justice Binnie on Access Copyright, not like CCH which was demand led, not a single copy in direct competition with text books ->
  • Justice Binnie on Access Copyright case, the difference between majority and dissent was about fairness, where to draw the line ->
  • Justice Binnie on fair dealing factors, legal community making mistake to take fair factors as if written in stone ->
  • Justice Binnie on fair dealing purpose, the court has largely written out the purpose of dealing stage leaving analysis to fariness ->
  • Justice Binnie questions distinction between downloading and streaming based on principle of technological neutrality ->
  • Justice Binni alternatives to the dealing in AC case thinks alternatives to the dealing should have been considered, may need an amendment ->
  • Justice Binnie thinks the SCC set an impossible test in the AC case to prove market harm, thinks the evidence bar was set too high ->
  • Justice Binnie he thinks the copyright pentology was about finding the right balance, analogy to patent and trade mark law ->
  • Justice Binnie key in copyright fair dealing there is "lots of elbow room" ->
  • Justice Binnie, taking off from ESA, the pentology is a "jurisprudential taxi" it gets you so far ->
  • Justice Binnie asked about TPMs and fair dealing, court won't intervene to make fair dealing trump TPMs law, Court has to apply the statute ->
  • Computer and Internet Updates for 2015-10-01: Karlin Lillington: Facebook case has huge implications for US-EU… http://t.co/NogPbhdzWM ->
  • Next panel in Copyright in Canada panel starting on the scope of fair dealing to educational institutions in Canada, webcast at… ->
  • Erin Finlay from AC, wrong to think that balance is between users and owners, it is promoting public interest in creating and… ->
  • Erin Finlay, fair dealing should not be a rigid set of rules, needs to be flexible and contextual ->
  • Erin Finlay, wrong to conclude that the AC SCC case stand for proposition that copying 10% of a work is a fair dealing ->
  • Erin Finlay, the writing and publishing market is complicated and there are massive changes in the market for works ->
  • Erin Finlay, are the AUCC guidelines fair? the guidelines hur,t resulting in $30 million losses and will result in fewer titles ->
  • Erin Finlay, who is winning here if the university fair dealing guidelines reflect the law, is it in the public interest? ->
  • Ysolde Gendreau now talking about copyright in education and how Canada compares internationally http://t.co/oVKqfL8q7i ->
  • Ysolde Gendreau,pointing out that the 3 step test applies only to the reproduction right ->
  • Ysolde Gendreau suggesting that 3 step test should not only be applied to specific exceptions, but to the effect of exceptions in aggregate ->
  • Prof Mistrale Goudreau saying that broad application of technological neutrality principle would be overreaching ->
  • Mistrale Goudreau suggesting that the Rogers case should have focused on what was the public not whether there was a communication ->
  • Mistrale Goudreau technological neutrality as a functional equivalents misses key differences in media referring to cases in other contexts ->
  • Mistrale Goudreau expressing view that technological neutrality in ESA was wrong and that distinction between performance and… ->
  • Mistrale Goudreau suggesting a test for when technology neutral principle should be applied ->
  • Mistrale Goudreau technological neutrality principle should be applied where the provision was drafted to be neutral only ->
  • Chambers raking for IT released, McCarthy in Band 1 again http://t.co/VN7fQpReHu ->
  • Chambers rankings in intellectual property available here http://t.co/C0YijNJ0zP ->
  • Copyright in Canada conference panel on the Copyright Board now starting. http://t.co/BFqPvYql7E ->
  • Gilles Daigle (SOCAN) defending the Copyright Board ->
  • casey Chisick speaking at the Copyright conference, has sympathy for educational institutions copyright position ->
  • casey Chisick warns that the fair dealing guidelines may not comply with fair dealing principles and it is risky to blindly follow them ->
  • What Is the Intention of Justice? Notice and Stay Down Is the Government's Responsibility http://t.co/OnR0jqP3rj via @HuffPostEnt ->
  • Computer and Internet Updates for 2015-10-02 http://t.co/sSReHKJPfS ->
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