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UK court forces Apple to pay Samsung's legal fees after condemning its sarcastic 'apology'

Apple's Samsung statement reprimanded by court of appeal

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Judges say article on iPad ruling is 'non-compliant' and order tech giant to put up an amended version within 48 hoursThe UK court of appeal has reprimanded Apple over the wording of the statement on its website acknowledging that Samsung did not infringe the iPad tablet's registered design, and ordered...
Apple's Samsung statement reprimanded by court of appeal

Nokia Loses UK Patent Appeal Against IPCom, Repercussions Debated

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London's Court of Appeal has dismissed Nokia's attempt to overturn a ruling that it infringed on an IPCom patent. Nokia said the decision won't affect its......
Nokia Loses UK Patent Appeal Against IPCom, Repercussions Debated

UK Court rules Apple's ''Samsung'' statement non-compliant

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Apple has been attacked by the UK Court of Appeal over how the company worded its acknowledgment that Samsung did not infringe on iPad design patents. The original statement was considered not to be compliant with the court order, and Apple has been instructed to republish a more appropriate statement...
UK Court rules Apple's ''Samsung'' statement non-compliant
Apple posts revised 'Samsung did not copy' statement

Pirate Bay Blockades Upheld By Finnish Court of Appeal

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Faced with a Pirate Bay that cannot easily be taken offine, in recent years anti-piracy companies have taken a different approach – disrupting Internet users’ access to the site instead. This is currently being achieved (with varying results) through court action and subsequent ISP blockades in countries including the Netherlands,...
Pirate Bay Blockades Upheld By Finnish Court of Appeal

Hyperlinking Is Not Copyright Infringement, Scholars Say

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One of the roles of the Court of Justice is to interpret EU law to ensure that it’s applied in the same manner across all EU member countries. The Court can also be called upon by national courts to interpret finer points of EU law. A case referred to the...
Hyperlinking Is Not Copyright Infringement, Scholars Say

UK court says Apple's cheeky Samsung apology is 'non-compliant', must be changed within 48 hours

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Forced to run an apology on its website and on major media publications stating Samsung did not infringe on its products last week, Apple has been given a slap on the wrist by the UK court of appeal after it adjudged its tersely worded statement to be “non-compliant,” telling the...
UK court says Apple's cheeky Samsung apology is 'non-compliant', must be changed within 48 hours

Apple posts Samsung ruling on website

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Apple has posted a statement about the Apple vs Samsung ruling as ordered by a judge, but it's not that easy to find on the company's websiteIf you can find Apple's acknowledgement - ordered by a judge - that Korean rival Samsung did not infringe its iPad design on its...
Apple posts Samsung ruling on website

Why UK anti-piracy laws won’t spark SOPA-like protests

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London’s Court of Appeal has told BT and TalkTalk — Britain’s two biggest internet providers — that they must abide by the provisions of the Digital Economy Act, the government’s controversial legislation aimed at curbing online piracy. The law, which was snuck through parliament shortly before the 2010 election, introduces...
Why UK anti-piracy laws won’t spark SOPA-like protests

Man granted soldier murder appeal following waterboarding evidence

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Liam Holden, the last man sentenced to be hanged in UK, said confession to Belfast killing was extracted under tortureThe last man sentenced to be hanged in the UK has won permission to appeal against his conviction for murdering a soldier in Northern Ireland, after evidence emerged of British army...
Man granted soldier murder appeal following waterboarding evidence
Bad Apple: UK judges rip iPad maker over "lack of integrity"

Apple loses appeal over tablets in UK courtroom, must publicly apologize to Samsung

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Apple and Samsung’s legal fight continued on the world stage this morning, where the Britain Court of Appeal upheld a previous ruling that Samsung’s Galaxy Tab does not infringe on the iPad’s patents because it is not “as cool”. Reuters reports that after losing the appeal this morning, Apple has been instructed by the court...
Apple loses appeal over tablets in UK courtroom, must publicly apologize to Samsung

Nokia Loses U.K. Patent Appeal

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The U.K. Court of Appeal said it had upheld an earlier High Court ruling that software in certain Nokia products infringe on a patent held by IPCom....
Nokia Loses U.K. Patent Appeal
UK court orders Apple to pay Samsung's legal fees in full after 'false and misleading' notice

Internet ban on convicted sex offender 'unreasonable', rule judges

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Court of appeal's decision to uphold complaint over internet restriction could set precedent in hacking and fraud casesBanning anyone from the internet is an "unreasonable" restriction, two appeal court judges have ruled, suggesting that access to a computer at home has become a basic human right.The decision by Mr Justice...
Internet ban on convicted sex offender 'unreasonable', rule judges

WikiLeaks founder's hearing set to boost supreme court audience

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Case of Julian Assange likely to provide useful insight into impact of televising high-profile court hearingsAs the only court to broadcast proceedings live on television, the supreme court is anticipating a substantial boost to its global audience when Julian Assange appears this week.The informality of the two-day extradition hearing in...
WikiLeaks founder's hearing set to boost supreme court audience

Pirate Bay Founders’ Prison Sentences Final, Supreme Court Appeal Rejected

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November 2010, the Swedish Court of Appeal found three people behind The Pirate Bay guilty of criminal copyright infringement offenses. Although Fredrik Neij, Peter Sunde and Carl Lundström all had their prison sentences decreased from the levels ordered at their original 2009 trial, they were ordered to pay increased damages...
Pirate Bay Founders’ Prison Sentences Final, Supreme Court Appeal Rejected

Kaleidescape DVD servers granted a temporary stay

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Things have been looking bleak for Kaleidescape's DVD servers since a Judge ruled against them on appeal, and earlier this month issued an injunction that was to have taken effect on April 8th. We say was because CEO Michael Malcolm is now saying the California 6th District Court of Appeal...
Kaleidescape DVD servers granted a temporary stay
UK court slaps Apple for mocking Samsung in its mandatory online 'apology'

Can A Company Be An 'Author' For The Purpose Of Copyright?

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Paul Keating points us to an analysis of an interesting copyright ruling in Singapore last year, which said that companies can't be "authors" for the purpose of copyright. They can be owners of the copyright, but not the authors: The Court of Appeal drew a distinction between authorship and ownership....
Can A Company Be An 'Author' For The Purpose Of Copyright?

Apple showed lack of integrity in Samsung dispute, says judge

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Appeal court judge says Apple published 'false and misleading' material after order to acknowledge legal defeatA senior judge has criticised Apple again in the latest round of a legal row between the iPad maker and rival Samsung.Sir Robin Jacob said Apple had published "false and misleading" material, and suggested the...
Apple showed lack of integrity in Samsung dispute, says judge

Boot up: Do Not Track off rails, 48-core smartphones?, Gmail tops and more

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Plus Apple gets cored in the Court of Appeal, Telegraph paywalls, presidential sites leaking personal info and moreA quick burst of 9 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamThanks Microsoft! Do Not Track is effectively dead on arrival >> EconsultancyDNT was, of course, never going...
Boot up: Do Not Track off rails, 48-core smartphones?, Gmail tops and more

French court declares itself competent to judge Facebook

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In an interesting turn of events, a French court declared itself competent to judge a case against Facebook, the French regional newspaper Ouest-France reports. The lawsuit was brought forward by a French user based in Bayonne, who complains that he suffered damages when the social network decided to close his...
French court declares itself competent to judge Facebook

Tomorrow's Lawyers: a virtual judiciary - extract | Richard Susskind

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Is court a service or a place? And what is the scope for the 'decomposing and multi-sourcing' of judicial work?Most senior judges with whom I work are committed users of IT and are keen to embrace systems that offer practical benefits in their work, such as email, word processing, and...
Tomorrow's Lawyers: a virtual judiciary - extract | Richard Susskind
Cops can search mobile phones--only if they're not password-protected

ISP To Challenge Pirate Bay Blocking Order In The Supreme Court

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During May 2011, the Copyright Information and Anti-Piracy Centre (CIAPC) and the Finnish branch of IFPI announced that they had filed a lawsuit at the District Court in Helsinki. The action, against Finnish ISP Elisa, required a total blockade of The Pirate Bay and was yet another example of rightsholders...
ISP To Challenge Pirate Bay Blocking Order In The Supreme Court
Apple removes Samsung apology from UK website, publishes altered newspaper ad

Rapidgator Not Responsible for Pirating Users, Court Lifts ISP Blockade

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In April the Public Prosecutor of Rome targeted a total of 27 file-sharing related sites, including the popular cyberlockers Rapidgator, Uploaded and BitShare. The sites all had their domains blocked at the ISP level and were rendered inaccessible in Italy. In addition, the prosecutor indicated that he wants to progress...
Rapidgator Not Responsible for Pirating Users, Court Lifts ISP Blockade

Dotcom Given Green Light to Sue Kiwi Spies, But Evidence to be Withheld

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In June 2012 the police search and seizure raids against Kim Dotcom and other alleged members of the so-called ‘Mega Conspiracy’ were deemed to have been carried out illegally. Two months later in August it came to light that a Kiwi spy agency, the Government Communications Security Bureau, had been...
Dotcom Given Green Light to Sue Kiwi Spies, But Evidence to be Withheld
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