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The World Intermediary Liability Map (WILMap) is Online! Εκτύπωση E-mail

The Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School is excited to announce the official launch of the World Intermediary Liability Map (WILMap). The WILMap is a detailed English-language resource comprised of case law, statutes, and proposed laws related to intermediary liability worldwide. The WILMap allows visitors to the CIS website to select information on countries of interest through a graphical user interface.  Infojustice Roundup - July 7, 2014.


ENDitorial: Child abuse online: Is ignorance the best policy? Εκτύπωση E-mail

Why is online child abuse so unimportant that, politically, it does not need laws? Why is online child abuse so unimportant that the policies that are proposed to address this problem are never subject to review to test their effectiveness? Why is online child abuse protection so unimportant that policies that are implemented are never subject to any review? By Joe McNamee, EDRi-gram newsletter - Number 12.13, 3 July 2014.


Irish High Court refers the Facebook/PRISM case to the CJEU Εκτύπωση E-mail

On 18 June 2014 Ireland’s High Court referred the request to investigate Facebook’s international headquarters in Ireland over its involvement in the PRISM scandal to the European Court of Justice (CJEU). CJEU was asked to review the case and to clarify whether the social network’s actions are compatible with the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights. By Heini Järvinen, EDRi-gram newsletter - Number 12.13, 3 July 2014.


Encryption, chiffrement, шифрование; launching translations of our Email Self-Defense guide Εκτύπωση E-mail

We're proud to announce the translation of Email Self-Defense, our beginner's guide to email encryption, into six new languages.
The goal of our Email Self-Defense guide is to show everyone that email encryption is a necessary, easy, and accessible way to fight mass surveillance with free software. By Zak Rogoff, June 27, 2014.


Supreme Court of British Columbia Orders Google to Take Down Entire Domains In Trade Secret Case Εκτύπωση E-mail

The Supreme Court of British Columbia has ordered Google to remove entire domains from its search results—a decision that could have enormous global implications on free expression. This is the latest of several instances of courts exercising dangerous jurisdictional overreach, where they have applied local laws to remove content on the Internet. Not only did the Court order Google to delete the site from its search results on the Canadian “Google.ca” domain, it went even further by demanding it censor the domain worldwide by deleting every instance of the site from its global index. Infojustice Roundup - June 23, 2014.


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