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LexOrbis | India | 22 Aug 2023

Keyword trademark usage in Google ads - Delhi High Court division bench affirms trademark infringement

The use of trademarks as keywords in Google Ads has been a topic of legal debate for some time. In a recent judgement of August 10, 2023, the Delhi…
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Lexology PRO | South Africa, USA | 19 Jul 2023

Google urges South African tribunal to reject interim measures request

Google has warned South Africa’s Competition Tribunal that an interim measures request from a gambling business to restore access to the former’s advertising services would result in the technology company violating betting regulations.
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Mason Hayes & Curran LLP | European Union | 19 Jun 2023

The ‘GC GOOGLE CAR’ has Run its Course

Google is a household name and has become synonymous with searching on the internet. Therefore, it comes as little surprise that the EUIPO’s…
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Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | Australia | 6 Jun 2023

Social media and online safety: Australian Regulation spotlight

Online regulation has historically focused on more sinister corners of the internet, but with a rapidly evolving digital ecosphere, the Australian…
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Stange Law Firm PC | USA | 20 Feb 2023

Internal Versus External Links in Webpage SEO

In a prior article, we discussed the importance of links regarding where a webpage ranks. Linking still matters regarding where a webpage ranks in the…
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Herzog Fox & Neeman | Israel | 12 Feb 2023

First Requirement under the Digital Services Act for Online Platforms and Search Engines to Enter Into Force

The Data Services Act (“DSA“) was entered into force in November 2022. While most of its provisions would start to apply from 17 February 2024, it…
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Baker McKenzie | Australia | 6 Sep 2022

Google v Defteros: Australian High Court overturns search engine linking decision

In a highly anticipated judgment, the Australian High Court recently overturned a Victorian Court of Appeal decision that had found search engine Google to be a publisher of a defamatory newspaper article merely as a result of providing users with a hypertext link to the article in response to a search request. The decision goes some way towards bringing Australian law in line with the law in......
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Lee and Li Attorneys at Law | Taiwan | 1 Aug 2022

Use of SEO to improperly display trademarks in search results violates Fair Trade Act

Two Taiwanese companies used search engine optimisation (SEO) to improperly display specific brand names on search engine display results, making consumers mistakenly believe that the stores were selling specific branded products in order to promote their own website visit rates. The Fair Trade Commission explained that it does not oppose SEO in itself, but the presentation of search results......
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Wiggin LLP | United Kingdom | 15 Jul 2022

Ofcom publishes roadmap for implementation of Online Safety Bill

Ofcom has set out its plans for putting online safety laws into practice and what it expects from tech firms. Ofcom explains that the United Kingdom is preparing to become among the first countries in the world to introduce comprehensive new laws aimed at making online users safer. The Online Safety Bill will introduce rules for sites and apps such as social media, search engines and......
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, European Union, France, etc. | 11 Aug 2021

Competition and antitrust: Key compliance updates (29 Jul – 11 Aug)

Japan and India join forces to improve competition practices, France revises its enforcement procedure, and the UK calls for reform of its music streaming market – plus more key competition and antitrust updates.
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