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Leading Internet Case Law

Volume: 8 Issue: 1

The US Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit rules on whether 17 U.S.C. ß 201(c) allows a copyright owner to reproduce a revised digital version of a collective copyrighted print work. / read more

A US federal district court rules that software is originally sold rather than licensed by its distributor, and therefore it can be sold on the second hand e-commerce market. / read more

The Court of Appeal rules on the application of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 to software that circumvents anti-counterfeiting technology used in computer game consoles. / read more

The European Court of Justice rules that use of a competitor's trade mark in comparative advertising is allowed if it does not cause confusion on the part of the public. / read more

The High Court orders pre-action disclosure against an ex-employee in respect of a claim that he copied and retained contact information via the LinkedIn social network. / read more

The High Court considers whether comments made in a national newspaper constitute defamation and express malice. / read more

The Court rules that eBay's use of jewellery company Tiffany's trademarks is protected under nominative fair use. / read more

The Tribunal de Grande Instance de Paris rejects Paris Saint Germain's request to prevent bookmakers from using its trademark in conducting sports betting. / read more

Italy's data protection commissioner applies Italy's Personal Data Protection Code to reverse the decision of a Rome Court, which had ordered ISPs to disclose details of file sharers. / read more

A ruling by the UK Court of Appeal considers that Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights applies to the this case, which involves privacy of children of celebrities. / read more

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