Comment is (not) free: E-Commerce back in the limelight – Anya Proops

30 06 2015

e-commerceI recently wrote about the settlement of the Max Mosley litigation against Google (see my post here). Had that case been fought to its conclusion, we would at the very least have had the pleasure of gaining greater insight into the weird and wonderful world of the E-commerce legislation. However, sadly that was not to be. Read the rest of this entry »





Case Law, Luxembourg: Papasavvas, Civil liability for Internet publishing: the CJEU clarifies the law – Lorna Woods

16 09 2014

LUXEMBOURG : Institutions Europeennes + VilleThe CJEU judgment in Papasavvas handed down on 11 September 2014 is the most recent in a line of cases seeking to trace the edges of the concept of ‘intermediary’ for the purposes of EU information technology law, a question that has become rather more problematic than when the eCommerce Directive was first drafted in 2000. Read the rest of this entry »





Does Google Spain drive a coach and horses through the safe harbour defences? – Ashley Hurst

19 06 2014

e-commerce_headerAs the shock waves of the ECJ’s decision in Google Spain v González [2014] EUECJ C-131/12 (13 May 2014) continue to lap up against California’s shorelines, thorny questions continue to arise by the day as to the scope of the decision. Read the rest of this entry »