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Clarity Given By EU Court Of Justice On Its Interpretation Of An ‘Electronic Communications Service'
The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) recently delivered two long-awaited judgments on whether services provided by online-based communications services are subject
European Union
9 Jul 2019
CCPC Publishes Business Guide To The Geo-Blocking Regulation
As previously discussed by Matheson, the Geo-Blocking Regulation (the "Regulation") has been in force throughout the EU since 3 December 2018.
European Union
18 Dec 2018
Introduction Of The Geo-Blocking Regulation: Update For Website Operators
Following the publication of Regulation (EU) 2018/302 (the "Regulation") in February 2018, new rules to prevent geo-blocking will apply throughout the EU from Monday, 3 December 2018.
5 Dec 2018
Updates On European Union Law
The following is an update on relevant EU legal developments which will have an impact on doing business in the European Union.
European Union
8 Sep 2015
New Irish Taxation And Licensing Regime For Online Bookmakers And Betting Exchanges
Previously only bookmakers with a physical presence in Ireland were required to hold a licence.
18 Aug 2015
Where Can You Sue For Online Copyright Infringement?
The General Court of the European Union (CJEU) has confirmed that a person can sue for copyright infringement in the courts of their own Member State if the allegedly infringing material is accessible online in that Member State.
European Union
8 Jun 2015
Calls For New Data Privacy Standards For Transatlantic Data Transfer
Europe and the US need to lead the way to agree common standards for legitimate Government surveillance and access to data without unnecessarily infringing on the data privacy rights of individuals or we risk stifling the development of the ICT sector.
4 Feb 2015
Ireland Starts To ‘Gear Up’ For Roll-Out Of Faster – Fibre Based – Broadband
The Department of Communications, Energy and Natural Resources takes a step closer to roll-out of its new National Broadband Plan.
18 Sep 2014
Trying To Put The Genie Back In The Bottle: The Difficulties Of Online Defamation
The extent to which internet hosting sites can be found liable for hosting defamatory comments is due to come under scrutiny by the Supreme Court.
1 Sep 2014
Internet Users Breathe A Sigh Of Relief As European Court Rules That Internet Browsing Does Not Infringe Copyright
If you are reading this on an internet browser you may be relieved to know that you are not infringing copyright law.
1 Sep 2014
Court Considers Internet Defamation And Jurisdiction
The question of jurisdiction for the purpose of bringing defamation proceedings is complicated by the online publication of material.
3 Mar 2014
It’s All About The Figures
Average Revenue Per User continued to decline.
30 Jan 2014
After Pirate Bay, Commercial Court Blocks Another File Sharing Website
On 2 December 2013, Mr Justice Kelly of the Commercial Court ordered the major Irish Internet service providers (ISPs) to block subscriber access to the KAT website otherwise known as Kickass Torrents.
15 Jan 2014
Cybercrime In Ireland – The Stats
Deloitte recently published its Irish Information Security and Cybercrime Survey 2013.
28 Nov 2013
Anarchy Or Revolution? Cybersquatting Under The New gTLD Regime
With the ever increasing level of smartphone penetration, the development of mobile e-commerce and the ubiquity of the internet's role in daily life, this new phase of internet development has the potential to change user behaviour forever and start a tradermark owner revolution.
18 Jan 2013
Volume Software Licensing - A Landmark CJEU Decision
An industry has grown up around the sale of second-hand software as a result of re-sellers seeking to acquire full or partial multi-user software licences from the original licensee and to "on-sell" those licenses to customers
European Union
23 Jul 2012
Split UDRP Decision Highlights Uncertainty As To Use Of Acronyms As Domain Names
Under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP), there can be a relatively fine line between the permissible use of an acronym as a domain name and the impermissible use of a trademark.
6 Jun 2012
Domain Name System Set To Change Forever From 12 January 2012
The application period for the much discussed new gTLD system will open for a three month window from 12 January 2012.
6 Jan 2012
Reverse Domain Name Hijacking: Toothless Tiger Or Flag Of Disingenuity?
Allegations of reverse domain name hijacking under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) are not uncommon.
6 Dec 2011
BSkyB / EDS Litigation : Managing Risks Common to All IT Projects
On 27th January 2010, the English High Court delivered its judgment in one of the costliest, longest running and most notable IT disputes in recent years.
22 Apr 2010
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