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CJEU renders next landmark decision – this time on free Wi-Fi

So far, September has been a busy month in Luxembourg. On 8 September 2016, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) handed down a ground-breaking judgment on hyperlinking (Case Ref.: C-160/15 – GS Media, see our earlier post). On 15 September 2016, this equally important verdict followed (Case Ref.: C-484/14McFadden). The judges had … Continue Reading

Posted in Copyright, Internet

EU: Advocate General comments on Liability for Free Wi-Fi

Free Wi-Fi is an achievement for the community, particularly if it is also password-free. However, in numerous European countries service providers are reluctant to offer free Wi-Fi as they fear the consequences of being made liable for infringements the Internet users might commit whilst being online. The Court of Justice of the European Union is currently sitting over a case … Continue Reading

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Who said that?! English court orders injunctive relief against persons unknown

Brett Wilson LLP v Person(s) Unknown

It is possible to set up anonymous websites with ease – but much harder to identify who is behind them. When such websites publish defamatory statements about you or your business, this can make life very difficult, particularly if you rely on clients finding you via online searches.

The High Court has recently granted … Continue Reading