Today the Schrems v. Irish Data Protection Commission case was brought before the Court of Justice of the European Union (‘CJEU’) for an oral hearing, following referral by the Irish High Court.
The New Times reports today that publishers, including the New York Times itself, are on the verge of publishing directly on Facebook.
Today a delegation of Facebook is meeting with the Belgian ‘Secretary of State’ responsible for Privacy , Bart Tommelein. The subject of conversation are Facebook’s new terms of service and data policy, which are claimed to be in breach of the Belgian Data Protection Act.
In the past, preparing to pass on your estate meant getting your affairs in order. Now, you need to get your digital affairs in order as well.
After creating a false Facebook profile for a New York women in order to lure in drug dealers, the DEA has settled to the tune of $134,000 in damages. But unless there’s bigger changes coming, this sort of double standard will turn to full boil.
Tuesday’s post discussed four important issues in First Amendment law which will involve the Supreme Court and other courts deciding fairly traditional, “earth bound” questions of free speech. Today’s post explores more unusual challenges facing the courts in 2015.
The United States Supreme Court recently heard arguments in a case concerning threatening “rap lyrics” posted to Facebook.
Are parents now liable for what their kids post to Facebook? According to a recent decision in the Georgia Court of Appeals, they are.
In September, we blogged on the successful opposition by Facebook to a trade mark registration in Australia for ‘Friendbook’.