The Swedish telco won its appeal because the requested IP addresses belonged to foreign subsidiaries.
By examining file-sharing rights in the USA, Canada and Italy, the author highlights how judges influence the balance between copyright and privacy.
A former prisoner complained when a Google search yielded the description of another prisoner who was a sex offender.
Trademarked brands are withdrawing goods from online retailers like Amazon because they are upset with the sale of counterfeits.
Should social networks monitor for comments that are similar to those they have previously been forced to remove?
Cox used a ‘thirteen strike’ process where subscribers retained their service despite repeated downloading of pirated music.
Taking possession of a domain name is another way to prevent online piracy.
Germany has imposed ambitious rules that control how people express themselves on social media. There are still uncertainties with how the rules will be applied in practice.
The EU’s highest court has determined key parameters for when it is legal to offer a cloud-based video recording service.
Maria Tzanou’s book explores ‘dataveillance’, the coming together of data and surveillance, as applied to metadata, travel, financial transactions and the internet.