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September 24, 2013 by Meister Plans

Legal tips for engaging datacentres

When signing on a new datacentre provider, businesses and government should get their lawyers to check over the three key areas of physical security, data security and copyright, according to Baker and McKenzie partner James Halliday.

April 15, 2012 by

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October 9, 2012 by MDE Crative 360

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October 3, 2012 by MDE Crative 360

Ireland drops three-strikes policy, reports say

Irish broadband users should no longer be subject to a three-strikes disconnection policy over apparent copyright infringement, as reports suggest the country's data protection chief has ruled the policy to be unlawful.The ruling was reported on Sunday.

December 19, 2011 by

Swiss fileshare software broke DP law, says court

Software which identified unauthorised music uploaders broke data protection law, a Swiss court has found.Logistep's File Sharing Monitor software represented too much of an intrusion into the privacy of affected people, when balanced against the interests of copyright holders, the court found.

September 13, 2010 by

AFACT didn't explain notices to iiNet

On the morning of the third day of the Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft (AFACT) appeal against the iiNet copyright case verdict, iiNet barrister Richard Cobden said that the federation had passed infringing customer data to iiNet without explaining it.

August 3, 2010

Vic Govt limited Google's bushfire map

The Victorian Government's refusal to provide data for Google's bushfire map mashup limited its scope and highlighted glaring problems with Crown copyright provisions, the search giant's top Australian engineer said yesterday.

February 11, 2009 by

Viacom vs YouTube exposes Google's data retention policy

In the ongoing litigation between Viacom and YouTube (Google) over alleged copyright infringement, a US court has ruled that Google must divulge the viewing habits of every user who has ever watched any video on YouTube. The one thing that bothers me more than the court ruling itself, however, is the fact that Google retains this amount of user data in the first place.

July 3, 2008 by

We don't need no stinkin' survey

In today's Education IT blog, I came across Surveys 101: Guarantee privacy when asking about illegal activity and was somewhat amused by the fact that the GAO is surveying American colleges and universities for data about illegal file sharing (copyright infringement, for those of us who are not afraid to call it what it is).  They actually expect institutions across America to put themselves at legal risk by sharing such information outside any framework of confidentiality.

July 27, 2006 by

New Sony media reads 4x faster

Sony has announced a new range of removable flash memory cards designed to read data four times faster than current memory media, the company said in a release today. The new range also sports the MagicGate security technology which provides secure data transfer and playback of commercial and digital content requiring copyright protection.

March 29, 2004 by

New taxes mean hefty prices for German PCs

The German Secretary of Justice, Hertha Däubler-Gmelin, has confirmed rumors that new copyright taxes are expected for hardware used to copy data. That includes PCs, CD-burners, printers, hard drives and ISDN systems.

September 7, 2000 by

Germany: Copyright laws could jack up PC prices

Hertha Däubler-Gmelin, Germany's federal secretary of justice, has confirmed rumors that because of new copyright laws, taxes on PCs, CD-burners, printers, hard drives and ISDN systems are planned, as all these products could be used to copy data. Analysts are expecting resulting price increases of about 30 percent, much to the dismay of users, tech execs and politicians.

September 6, 2000 by

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