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Israel | Communication Data Interceprion | HC 3809/08 Association for Civil Rights v. Israel Police et al 28/05/2012 | HC 3809/08 Association for Civil Rights v. Israel Police et al
ISRAEL | Privacy | Israel's High Court of Justice denied ACLU and Israel Bar Association petitions for lack of constitutionality of some of the arrangements set out in the Criminal Procedure (Enforcement Powers - Data Communications) Act - 2007, pub.. Continue

Israel | Internet Gambling | 45606-10-10 ISOC v. Tel Aviv District Police Commander et 02/04/2012 | 45606-10-10 ISOC v. Tel Aviv District Police Commander et
ISRAEL | Freedom of Speech | Tel Aviv District Court found police order to Israel's Internet service providers to block access to gambling sites on the Internet unlawful.  .. Continue

U.K. | copyrights & Software | Point Solutions Ltd vs. Focus Bbusiness Solutions Ltd 23/01/2007 | Point Solutions Ltd vs. Focus Bbusiness Solutions Ltd
ENGLAND | Copy Rights | "... both parties chose to conduct the proceedings. They chose to deny the judge the assistance of the expert`s report which Master Bragge had directed. They chose to put the judge in the position where the only question which she could decide was wh.. Continue

U.S. | Trademarks & Search Engines | J.G. Wentworth v. Settlement Funding 04/01/2007 | J.G. Wentworth v. Settlement Funding
USA | Trade Marks | As long as the search results or even ads do not display the trademarks, using trademark keying and keyword meta tags cannot confuse consumers, therefore regarded as lawful act... Continue

USA | Pornography | JOHNNY DOE, a minor v. MARK BATES and YAHOO! INC. 27/12/2006 | JOHNNY DOE, a minor v. MARK BATES and YAHOO! INC.
USA | Pedophilia | Internet service providers naturally are concerned about circumstances under which they potentially could be held liable for content posted by users. But after a recent decision by a Texas federal judge, ISPs can breathe a collective sigh of relief... Continue

USA | Defamation | STEPHEN J. BARRETT v ILENA ROSENTHAL 20/11/2006 | STEPHEN J. BARRETT v ILENA ROSENTHAL
USA | Defamation | California Supreme Court ruled Monday that individual Internet users cannot be held liable for republishing defamatory statements written by others... Continue

USA | Copy Rights | Gordon Roy Parker v. Google Inc 10/03/2006 | Gordon Roy Parker v. Google Inc
USA | Copy Rights | In a ruling issued March the 10th, 2006, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania dismissed a lawsuit by Gordon Roy Parker, a publisher of seduction guides. Parker claimed Google infringed his copyright when it cached a portio.. Continue

California | Trademarks & Search Engines | Playboy Enterprises, Inc. v. Welles 11/12/2005 | Playboy Enterprises, Inc. v. Welles
CALIFORNIA | Trade Marks | Playboy Enterprises, Inc. v. Welles 7 F.Supp.2d 1098 (S.D. Cal. 1998 The court finds that plaintiff has failed to demonstrate that a preliminary injunction is warranted since there is not a strong likelihood of success on the merits. Consequently, t.. Continue

New York | Trademarks & Search Engines | Marianne Bihari and Bihari Interiors, Inc. v. Craig Ross an 11/12/2005 | Marianne Bihari and Bihari Interiors, Inc. v. Craig Ross an
NEW YORK | Trade Marks | Due to fraudulent activity by Bihari, an interior designer, and her company the defendants created some websites providing the public with their view of Bihari`s conduct. To increase the popularity of these websites, the defendants used Bihari`s name.. Continue

California | Trademarks & Search Engines | Playboy Enterprises, Inc. v. Netscape & Excite 11/12/2005 | Playboy Enterprises, Inc. v. Netscape & Excite
CALIFORNIA | Trade Marks | Holder of trademarks "Playboy" and "Playmate" sued seeking to bar providers of Internet search engine from arranging for certain combination of advertisements to appear on results screen when user selected words "playboy" or "playmate" as search term.. Continue

USA | Defamation | Jhon Doe v. Cahill 18/10/2005 | Jhon Doe v. Cahill
DELAWARE | Defamation | A politician`s request to disclose the identity of an allegedly defamatory John Doe from an ISP was finally rejected by the Delaware Supreme Court. The court held that in this case free speech outweigh the defamation claims... Continue

USA | Procedure | AM. BOAT CO. V. UNKNOWN SUNKEN BARGE 16/08/2005 | AM. BOAT CO. V. UNKNOWN SUNKEN BARGE
USA | Legal Procedure | If an email was sent and there was no reply of undelivered, it is presumed that the email was received... Continue

USA | Freedom of Speech, Spam | White Buffalo Ventures LLC v. University of Texas at Austin         05/08/2005 | White Buffalo Ventures LLC v. University of Texas at Austin
USA | Freedom of Speech | The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit held in White Buffalo Ventures LLC v. University of Texas at Austin, No. 04-50362, 2005 WL 1806353 (5th Cir. Aug. 2, 2005)that the University of Texas didn`t violate the free-speech rights of an online da.. Continue

USA | Internet Jurisdiction |  YAHOO INC V LA LIGUE CONTRE LE                                       31/07/2005 | YAHOO INC V LA LIGUE CONTRE LE
USA | Jurisdiction | Yahoo! seeks a declaration from this Court that the First Amendment precludes enforcement within the United States of a French order intended to regulate the content of its speech over the Internet. Yahoo! has shown that the French order is valid un.. Continue

USA | Internet Jurisdiction | Beyond Systems Inc. v. Realtime Gaming Holding Company LLC            31/07/2005 | Beyond Systems Inc. v. Realtime Gaming Holding Company LLC
USA | Jurisdiction | Maryland Court of Appeals in an Internet jurisdiction case due to avalibility of website. The court found that availability of downloadable software does not meet the test of “continuous and systematic” activities in the State... Continue



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