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Leading Internet Case Law

Volume: 2 Issue: 3


.info dispute - fan site found not to be true fan site - domain name transferred to complainant / read more

The User Agreement and arbitration clause were substantively unconscionable under California Law and arbitration could not be compelled. PayPalís application was denied. / read more

Plaintiffs were not bound by the SmartDownload licence agreement and thus were not bound by the arbitration clause. / read more

Approximation of laws - Trademarks - Directive 89/104/EEC - Article 5(1)(a) - Scope of the proprietorís exclusive right to the trademark. / read more

A tribute website is prima facie an Abusive Registration and the burden of proof lies with the Respondent to prove otherwise, and without Prejudice correspondence would be admissible evidence / read more

The court held that under TDG s8 (2) a telecommunication service provider is not obliged to control information transmitted or hosted by it, nor to investigate for circumstances indicating illegal activity / read more

Complaints against Greenock and Premium Call GmbH

ICSTIS takes action under derogations from E-commerce Directive, fines Greenock £75,000 and Premium Call £50,000 and bars access to both services for two years / read more

The case was settled by a Tomlin Order which effectively prevents Jobserve from implementing its policy in the terms of the interim injunction for so long as it remains in a dominant position / read more

Judge held that no jury could have found that Prodigy infringed the Patent, whether directly or contributorily, either as part of the Internet or on its web server / read more


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