Internet Law

You Can't Infringe Copyright by Browsing the Internet

Andrew Tibber | Posted 08.08.2014 | UK Tech
Andrew Tibber

If you're reading this post (or viewing anything online for that matter), you're making on-screen and cached copies in the course of browsing the web. And if you were asked whether you were infringing copyright by making those copies, you would probably laugh (because how could the internet possibly function if that was case?).

German Courts Refuse to Bow to US Pressure in MegaUpload Case

Natasha Kuilak Mellersh | Posted 13.01.2013 | UK Tech
Natasha Kuilak Mellersh

A German court in Frankfurt (Beschl. v. 14.05.2012 - Az.: 5/28 Qs 15/12) has ruled that a request for mutual legal assistance from the United States r...

Bogeymen and Blanket Surveillance

Natasha Kuilak Mellersh | Posted 18.08.2012 | UK Tech
Natasha Kuilak Mellersh

Despite warnings from digital rights groups, privacy advocates and experts in the tech world, the government has gone ahead with their plans for blanket surveillance measures on the internet, including controversial practices such as deep packet inspection.