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Month: June 2014 (Page 2 of 6)

Case Law, Canada: Equustek Solutions v Jack, worldwide injunction against Google ordering removal of websites from search results – Hugh Tomlinson QC

logoIn the case of Equustek Solutions Inc. v Jack (2014 BCSC 1063) the Supreme Court of British Columbia granted a remarkable interim injunction against Google Inc ordering it to stop indexing or referencing certain websites in its search results everywhere in the world.  In the course of the judgment the Judge considered a number of issues of general importance regarding orders against third parties engaged in worldwide e-commerce.  Google has indicated it will appeal. Continue reading

Five reasons why Ed Miliband’s flirtation with the Sun was a disaster – Des Freedman

Miliband%20SunEd Miliband’s decision to pose with a copy of the Sun’s World Cup special that was delivered to households across the country is outrageous on so many levels.

First, it is smacks of desperation. Miliband claimed he was showing support for the team and not the newspaper but who will believe him? Hitching your electoral fortune to making peace with the Murdoch empire is about as sensible a strategy as depending on an England victory in the World Cup. Continue reading

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