Overruling the surprise decision last year of an administrative law judge, the Federal Trade Commission has held that LabMD's data security practices
The European Court of Justice is not just making life difficult for law enforcement. It also recently held that national courts can order Internet
A federal district court in New York has once again granted Google and its subsidiary YouTube summary judgment on Viacom's claims of copyright
The Belgian Court of Appeal has upheld a lower court’s 2007 ruling in Copiepresse v. Google, affirming that Google’s practice of posting snippets of newspaper articles (along with links to the newspapers’ websites) constituted copyright infringement.
... at least when it comes to online copyright infringement.
The Obama Administration is proposing to crack down on people who pirate intellectual property.
India has released draft regulations implementing parts of the Information Technology (Amendment) Act, 2008 dealing with protection of personal information, data security, and responsibility of service providers for IP infringement and publication of "harmful" content.
The U.K. government announced on February 1 that it is reconsidering legislation that authorizes the High Court to order Internet service providers to block websites containing copyright-infringing material.
The Ninth Circuit ruled in MDY Industries v. Blizzard Entertainment that the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) “creates a new anticircumvention right distinct from copyright infringement.”
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit held, in Timothy S. Vernor v. Autodesk, Inc., that an eBay vendor's resale of used AutoCAD software constituted copyright infringement because the party from which he originally purchased the software was merely a "licensee" rather than an "owner."