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A decisive blow to net neutrality?

By Dylan Kennett On 14 January 2014, the concept of ‘net neutrality’ took a serious blow from the U.S Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C. The court struck down the Federal Communications Commission’s ‘Open Internet Order’ regulations which enshrined the basis of this fundamental principle of the internet and thus altering the relationship of the …

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Blogger convicted for user’s defamatory comments

The court of Varese (Italy) held that a blogger was liable of the defamation crime because of the comments published by some of her users on a forum available on her blog since as administrator of the blog she had the “availability” of the website which triggered a liability for both the contents published by …

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