In the past, telcos had hardly any data about customers. How did they end up being portrayed as data hogs who are too willing to share their data with the authorities?
Pirate TV may cause serious losses, but imprisoning a man after raiding his house will only turn the public against telcos.
The court said telcos and browser providers should cover the cost of protecting copyright because they can afford to.
A two-minute segment for Canadian TV news touches on so many issues and distortions that it provides a masterclass for how telcos misunderstand customers, and vice versa.
This diagram shows how Europe’s highest court interprets the ‘right of communication to the public’.
Canada’s Supreme Court disagreed with Google about whether one country could impose a decision to remove search results even if that might break laws elsewhere.
Are Danish authorities risking their own country’s security by approving exports of surveillance and decryption systems?
Is it legal to resell ebooks like paper books? Technological advances like blockchain may fill the gaps where legislators and courts struggle to make decisions.
The judge considered the penalty justified because of ‘millions and millions’ of sales calls made to people on the USA’s National Do Not Call Registry.
The Turin Court of First Instance partly accepted Delta TV’s request for damages for copyright infringement.