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A Dutch court in The Hague has struck down legislation requiring telecommunications companies to retain customer data for access by law-enforcement agencies.
Valve Corporation is calling for mediated talks with the ACCC in the lead up to the competition watchdog's federal court case alleging Valve violated Australian consumer law over Steam refunds.
An appeals court rules that, under CA labor law, employee use of personal cell phones must be reimbursed, even if the employee has an unlimited or flat rate plan.
US law can apply anywhere in the world, so long as a technology company has control over foreign data, a court rules.
The British upper house has passed a bill that will allow UK data retention laws to stay in place after the European Court of Justice threw out the previous law.
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The mass collection of telephone metadata is not unlawful, according to the U.S. secret surveillance court, despite public outrage.
But the verdict is probably far narrower in its implications that some believe. Still, it's a troubling decision about a controversial law.
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A former Supreme Court judge has added his voice to the dissent against a Greens proposal to require law enforcement agencies to get a warrant before accessing telecommunications metadata.
The ACCC took HP to the Federal Court in 2012 for allegedly misrepresenting what product warranties customers are entitled to under the Australian Consumer Law.
To curb the abuse of a controversial digital law, the Indian Supreme Court said that only high-ranking police officers can approve the arrest of citizens who publish "objectionable" online comments, including Facebook posts or "likes".
A regional court in Germany has ruled that Facebook is not subject to German privacy law, thanks to being headquartered in Dublin.
Government wants Supreme Court to lift the temporary restraining order on the controversial law, because petitions against it had failed to show strong enough evidence.
Country's Supreme Court puts new cybercrime law on hold and asks the government to respond to the 15 petitions stating that the law is unconstitutional.
Country's constitutional court rules that the policy violates freedom of speech, and has been ineffective in serving its purpose in curbing defamatory comments and fake rumors, since being formed in 2007.
Cloud concerns raised by the Optus TV Now Federal Court case are being explored in the ALRC's copyright law consultation paper.
In a new Australian Federal Court case between Micro Focus and NSW Police, the law-enforcement agency has hinted that the software it was accused of pirating doesn't belong to the vendor.
The U.K. government is to repeal two sections of a key anti-piracy law which would have allowed it to block websites by court order, after copyright holders beat them to it
Local court decides Malaysian blogger not guilty of insulting Johor royalty and discharges him but local organization urges authorities to follow strict Thailand's lese majeste law, report says.
Five E.U. member states will face the highest court in Europe after their governments failed to implement the E.U. 'cookie law'.
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