Copyright

Latest court action concerns the Right to be Forgotten.

Posted 20 May 2016

Company loses appeal - fines or even prison may follow.

Posted 18 May 2016

App released with some features removed.

Posted 11 May 2016

In his second article about the new EU Data Protection Regulation, Ibrahim Hasan explains why all organisations should be examining their approach to data breaches now.

Posted 29 April 2016

Complaint filed with EU's antitrust commission.

Posted 28 April 2016

Four years of negotiation results in expanded right to be forgotten and more responsibilities for organisations.

Posted 15 April 2016

Collaboration to consider scholarly research in the digital, networked age.

Posted 30 March 2016

Agreement to ensure music creators receive appropriate royalties.

Posted 18 March 2016

Amazon has been criticised for closing some customer accounts.

Posted 08 March 2016

February saw Google process about 100,000 links per hour.

Posted 08 March 2016

Data protection concerns cited by Germany's Bundeskartellamt.

Posted 03 March 2016

Issues for libraries include the integrity of and access to historical information, freedom of expression and individual privacy.

Posted 26 February 2016

Release of documents to National Archives.

Posted 18 February 2016

Marydee Ojala joins other 'battle scarred veterans' of scholarly publishing at the 2016 Academic Publishing Europe (APE) conference in Germany.

Posted 08 February 2016

Twelve year old's attempted suicide brings issue to forefront.

Posted 20 January 2016

Pilot project success means initiative will continue.

Posted 12 January 2016

Platform relies on users to flag copyright issues.

Posted 01 December 2015

Academic publisher Elsevier responds to resignation of Lingua's entire editorial team.

Posted 08 November 2015

Case brought by law student after Edward Snowden revelations of surveillance operations.

Posted 06 October 2015

App provides a platform for strangers to share books.

Posted 19 September 2015

First proposal exploring cross border digital content due December 2015.

Posted 06 September 2015

Publishing giant promises to make ancillary copyright payments.

Posted 06 September 2015

Two editors of Netzpolitik.org are being investigated for suspected treason.

Posted 31 July 2015

Data Protection Authority tells Facebook to allow pseudonyms

Posted 29 July 2015

Reporting 'stolen joke' on Twitter results in removal of infringing tweets.

Posted 26 July 2015

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