6 March 2013
The European Commission has published its proposal for a cyber security Directive which will place obligations on thousands of organisations.
The European Commission has published a proposal for a draft cyber security Directive which will impact on a wide range of organisations including e-commerce platforms, social networks, search engines, cloud computing services, app stores and energy suppliers.
An upcoming reference to the ECJ from a Swedish court on the issue of whether hyperlinking infringes copyright is already generating debate.
The Court of Appeal has widened the class of intermediaries that are potentially liable for defamatory content at some point after being put on notice that it is defamatory.
The Court of Appeal has considered subsistence and infringement of database right in databases of football statistics and the issue of joint tortfeasorship in the long-running and now joined cases of Football Dataco Ltd and others v Stan James plc and others, and Football Dataco Ltd and others v Sportradar GmbH and another.