The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals recently considered in BWP Media USA, Inc. v. T&S Software Associates, Inc. whether volitional conduct is required
One of the most significant legal concerns for Internet service providers is the risk of exposure to liability for the copyright infringements of
As a result of the Second Circuit’s recent opinion in Microsoft v. United States, the U.S. government likely can no longer use warrants issued
Free Wi-Fi may come with more strings attached than anyone previously thought at least in Europe. A recent copyright ruling of the highest European
The European Commission has proposed legislation in the EU to provide a uniform legal and competition framework for video-streaming services provided
On 24 June 2016, the long-awaited decision on ad blocking software was adopted by the Higher Regional Court of Cologne (6 U 14915 Axel Springer.
As discussed in our March 2015 alert, China’s legislature, the National People’s Congress (the “NPC”), had issued a November 2014 draft Anti-Terrorism
The pressure on ISPs to take responsibility for the sites accessible through their services has been growing in recent years (e.g., the requirement
On March 27, 2014, the highest court in the European Unionthe Court of Justice for the European Union (CJEU)decided that copyright
The English High Court has opened up the possibility that, even if a website is not itself defamatory, if it hyperlinks to a different website which is defamatory, the operator of the originating website could still be liable for alleged defamatory postings on the hyperlinked website.