The beta trial of Elon Musk’s Starlink service is as big a potential threat to terrestrial ISPs as Tesla is to Ford and General Motors.
The Swedish Patents and Market Court of Appeal decided a blocking injunction was disproportionate.
The court said telcos and browser providers should cover the cost of protecting copyright because they can afford to.
An irrational hatred of ISPs is being mixed with more general fears about the loss of privacy to create a toxic brew exploited by VPN scammers.
Targeting peer-to-peer piracy by telling kids about copyright demonstrates just how clueless institutions can be.
A dissenting legal opinion in the UK may show the route to a European decision to reduce the costs being shouldered by ISPs when rightholders seek to protect their copyrights.
An Italian court case addressed when an ISP becomes liable for copyright infringement via its network.