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Protecting an employer’s LinkedIn network: Whitmar Publications Ltd v Gamage & Ors
  • McCarthy Tétrault LLP
  • Canada, United Kingdom
  • September 4 2013

The England and Wales High Court (Chancery Division) recently granted an interlocutory injunction restraining former employees from, among

Personal and professional email: access to information requests
  • Dentons
  • Canada, United Kingdom
  • May 17 2012

When a government employee uses workplace email to send and receive personal email, are those emails subject to disclosure under access to information laws?

Hogan Lovells white paper - government access to data in the cloud
  • Hogan Lovells
  • Australia, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Japan, Spain, United Kingdom, USA
  • May 23 2012

Cloud computing is revolutionizing the way companies use information technology

How much is that Tweet in the window?
  • Stikeman Elliott LLP
  • Canada, United Kingdom
  • January 13 2011

A Tweet may represent a mere 140-characters; however a recent investigation in the UK is exposing that those 140-characters can represent big money

Online celebrity endorsements in Canada, the US and the UK
  • Heenan Blaikie LLP
  • Canada, United Kingdom
  • January 12 2011

In the UK, the Daily Mail is reporting that the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) will be monitoring celebrity tweets for undisclosed paid endorsements

Disclosure of website users’ identity
  • Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP
  • Canada, United Kingdom
  • November 6 2007

A recent English case provides guidelines concerning when a court should order a website operator to disclose the source of defamatory material posted on a website

Crackdown on internet cons
  • Gardere
  • Australia, Canada, United Kingdom, USA
  • October 4 2012

The New York Times reported that a number of governments have banded together to combat Internet con artists

Immortal souls and standard form agreements: reminders after April Fools’ prank
  • McMillan LLP
  • Canada, United Kingdom
  • May 11 2010

The purpose of a written agreement is to serve as evidence of the bargain reached between two or more parties, and it should always be carefully crafted to properly reflect their objectives

UK ruling - internet jurisdiction based on server location?
  • Stikeman Elliott LLP
  • Canada, United Kingdom
  • November 30 2010

Recently, a court in the UK (Football Dataco Ltd et al. v. Sportradar GmbH) found that the location of a server determined the appropriate jurisdiction to regulate internet content

Online defamation - the need for digital corrections
  • Heenan Blaikie LLP
  • Canada, United Kingdom
  • July 29 2010

The recent English Court of Appeal decision in Flood v Times Newspapers Ltd. 2010 EWCA Civ 804 provides some useful (and, thankfully, technologically adept) advice for online news publishers