”Gates” as scandals probably started with Watergate but many other embarrassments followed suit with a similar gating moniker.
The number one question asked by the victims of online defamation is ‘How do I get this defamatory content removed from the internet?’
Last month we reported on the case of BASCA v Secretary of State for Business and Innovation in which Green J held that the Government’s introduction of a UK “private copying” exception was unlawful.
The FCC looks to plug loopholes in advance of the Incentive Auction.
From time to time I like to remind clients of specific network guidelines to keep in mind when developing advertising. One such guideline involves sponsorship identification.
Recently, Health Canada released guidance to help companies understand their reporting obligations under section 14 of the Canada Consumer Product Safety Act, which requires that sellers, distributors, importers, and manufacturers report after becoming aware of any health or safety incident involving a consumer product.
Federal judge in California declares Aereo clone potentially eligible for compulsory copyright license.
The Court of Rome Rules On Wikimedia Foundation’s Role As a Hosting Provider and Its Lack of Liability for Wikipedia’s Content
On July 10, 2015 the Court of Rome issued a very important decision in favor of Wikimedia Foundation (the organization managing the online encyclopedia Wikipedia), represented by Hogan Lovells, in relation to the Foundation’s lack of liability for the content created by its users.